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Old 02-01-2013, 04:44 PM
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Default Re: 15 yr old develops revolutionary cancer test

You mean to tell me that a 15 YO kid was the first one to understand how to do this when there are people who work with this stuff everyday? Please. I betcha with the technology we have available today, that any disease can be cured. But you will never see a cure marketed by the medical profession, only treatment. I do not trust the medical profession or my government whatsoever.

Basically what this tells me is a high school kid made more progress than the whole of the medical profession in this particular case. Either the whole of the medical profession is incompetent, or they don't want to catch anything early, not profitable enough. They are not incompetent. They are super smart, but morally bankrupt IMO. The medical profession, as a whole, puts profits before cures everyday of the week. Not saying there aren't good doctors, just saying that the industry is geared towards profit over cures. I believe they can cure anything they want, but that's bad business to them.
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