Reality check: No one is hiding THE ONE CURE for cancer.
There will not be one treatment to cure all cancers, because each case of cancer is as unique as the person whose cells mutated to create it.
We’ve been curing cancer in groups of mice and lab containers for decades. However, the human body–and therefore each cancer it generates–is more complicated than a mouse or cells isolated in a petri dish.
Each cancer is a unique living organism that can mutate and evolve over time. Just like its host, a cancer’s characteristics and behaviors are influenced by genetics, environment, nutrition (what it consumes to make energy), and exposure to infectious diseases and toxins (and probably other factors we haven’t discovered yet).
If anyone had run a study in humans that proved a single cure worked for every case of cancer, no one could hide it. No one could silence the millions of joyful, grateful patients who had been cured by it.
Enough with the cancer conspiracy theories, people. Accept that humans–and cancer–are complicated creatures, and get on with the research. We cancer patients are waiting, and we don’t have the luxury of time.