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Cure for CANCER in Blushwood Tree found in Australia

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Yeah, that's about the 14th time this year I hear from a cure for cancer. And just like always, it isn't the cure for cancer. There couldn't possibly be a universal cure for such a complicated matter.

Just for the future, always be skeptical when you hear there is a cure for cancer. Consider such news fake until all other possibilities are completely ruled out. The same is true for Aliens. It's never Aliens. If some asshole is posting again that somewhere Aliens have been found, consider that false until every single possibility of another explanation can be ruled out scientifically. The same is true for the finding of a perpetual motion machine. Again, consider such news always false. This is also true for surpassing the speed of light. Was reported many times, turned out as bullshit everytime. It's also true for...

In a nutshell: Every time you hear something utopian, it is most likely bullshit.



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snyps said:
Ganoncrotch said:
From Wiki page

In 2014 it was reported that EBC-46, an extract from the berry of the blushwood tree, was effective in more than 70% of cases of certain cancer situations destroying long-term cancers of the head, neck, and colon in animals as well as in a laboratory melanoma model.[5] Initial studies showed no evidence that it was effective in metastatic cancers.[5] Studies are ongoing to test the agent for human applications.

It's from 2014 even, so this isn't a "finally it's here now there is a cure" It's a "hey there is something with a certain type of cancer situation which can do certain things" not at all what was being portrayed in the video sadly.

You are just saying that because it's Hylandia which is clearly of Hylian origins.. *tsk tsk* way to make this political Ganon. Can we move this to the Nintendo Politics Section?

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OdinHades said:
Yeah, that's about the 14th time this year I hear from a cure for cancer. And just like always, it isn't the cure for cancer. There couldn't possibly be a universal cure for such a complicated matter.

Just for the future, always be skeptical when you hear there is a cure for cancer. Consider such news fake until all other possibilities are completely ruled out. The same is true for Aliens. It's never Aliens. If some asshole is posting again that somewhere Aliens have been found, consider that false until every single possibility of another explanation can be ruled out scientifically. The same is true for the finding of a perpetual motion machine. Again, consider such news always false. This is also true for surpassing the speed of light. Was reported many times, turned out as bullshit everytime. It's also true for...

In a nutshell: Every time you hear something utopian, it is most likely bullshit.

And yeah, this is pretty much the case with this video, I mean if it was the "this cures everything we know today as cancer" then the video wouldn't have 5k views on youtube after a month, fuck it pewdiepie farts and that has 1m views.



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Ganoncrotch said:
OdinHades said:
Yeah, that's about the 14th time this year I hear from a cure for cancer. And just like always, it isn't the cure for cancer. There couldn't possibly be a universal cure for such a complicated matter.

Just for the future, always be skeptical when you hear there is a cure for cancer. Consider such news fake until all other possibilities are completely ruled out. The same is true for Aliens. It's never Aliens. If some asshole is posting again that somewhere Aliens have been found, consider that false until every single possibility of another explanation can be ruled out scientifically. The same is true for the finding of a perpetual motion machine. Again, consider such news always false. This is also true for surpassing the speed of light. Was reported many times, turned out as bullshit everytime. It's also true for...

In a nutshell: Every time you hear something utopian, it is most likely bullshit.

And yeah, this is pretty much the case with this video, I mean if it was the "this cures everything we know today as cancer" then the video wouldn't have 5k views on youtube after a month, fuck it pewdiepie farts and that has 1m views.

I'm not a microbiologist or any person that can have a real scientific disscussion about what cures are cures. It just strikes me that the tests had 70% success. Am I missing something? Also I'm sure there is a video of this out there with 13 million views. 



there will probably never be a cure for cancer, just like you can't cure a cold. You can fight a cold and overcome it but you will still be at risk of catching another cold. Surely a cure would mean you could never ever die from cancer and as there is literally hundreds off different types of cancer I can't see that happening.



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vivster said:
The first thing people need to get into their heads is that there is no single cure for cancer. Cancer is not a single virus, it's a symptom that can take many very different forms. You'd need a cure for every different version of cancer, which are quite a few. That's not even taking into account that different bodies react in different ways to cancer treatment.

I came here to say this. There already exist plenty of cures for plenty of cancers. They don't work 100% of the time though, and they certainly don't work against 100% of all cancers.



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snyps said:

  

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hylandia

 

Berry purportedly cures cancer. Sorry if it's already been discussed. I don't know much about this, it just sounds amazing. Thoughts?

 

Well, this news has been known for quite a few months in various newsgroups. I guess it would only be natural to be known in gaming sites eventually.