Is cancer a deliberate business? Are researchers being blackmailed or threatened to keep them from finding a cure?

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by freethinker78

A headline in Fortune magazine says “Cancer drug spending hit $100 billion in 2014. Here’s why it’ll soon be much higher”. Such a figure, $100 billion, is a massive amount of money. Consider that some people kill others over $5. Imagine what some powerful people are capable of doing for $100 billion a year. Is giving people cancer deliberately to profit of them out of the question for some people? I think not. Specially if $100 billion is at stake. So I think that there is the possibility at least that people around the world, specially where chemos are sold, are being infected deliberately with cancer.

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Another issue is that we hear about research efforts to find the cures for cancers. But, what if said cures consist in a single dose of a pill that will cost $20? Does that make financial sense for the pharma companies involved? Why finding a cure, specially a cheap cure, if a single person can spend $100,000 a year or more in cancer treatment medication? This is what I think is a possibility, not stating it is happening, but is a possibility that may be happening: researchers trying to find a cure are being meticulously monitored and if one of them crosses an established threshold of advancement towards finding a cure, that researcher is either blackmailed, threatened or even killed to keep it quiet.


I have no idea what are the numbers but I wonder if there have been cancer researchers who have been murdered, suicided, died in accidents, or died mysteriously. Which may not be a lot because I don’t know how many researchers are there and how many of them would advance in their research enough. I sure hope I am wrong and big pharma really is trying to find a cure for the benefit of humanity, but sadly we live in such a world where many consider money is worth a life or even ten thousand.



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