There are cures for some kinds of cancer. (Some of them are
Unfortunately, most kinds of cancer have no known cure.
Cancer is a category of diseases in which a group of cells
display uncontrolled growth (division beyond the normal
There is no known way to normalize cancer cells.
The only known ways of curing a person of cancer involve
removing or killing all the cancer cells.
Although Dr Otto Warburg found the main cause of cancer in the
1930s, no subsequent cure has been identified. Warburg found a lack
of oxygen in a person's cells and bloodstream contributed to cancer
Various doctors and natural therapists have proposed diets to
help stave off cancer. These diets have included greater amounts of
phosphatides and lipoproteins, such as those that are found in
diets which incorporate cottage cheese, nuts, seeds such as apricot
seeds, onion and vegetables such as leek, chive, onion and garlic
and flax seed oil regularly. Again, however, diet is not a
cure. [NOTE that apricot seeds are toxic to humans and most
higher life forms.]
There are many alternative therapies that claim to have
discovered the cure, but while they may appease the symptoms -
sometimes dramatically - and cause reduction of tumours and/or the
number of cancer cells, they are not a cure.
In many cases, Chemotherapy and radiation therapy are not
considered cures, but palliative treatment to improve the length
and quality of life. In those cases, the dose is too low to kill
all the cancer cells.
* Chemotherapy kills cancer cells throughout the body. If the
cancer cells are susceptible enough to the toxin that all the
cancer cells are killed, then chemotherapy can cure people.
Unfortunately, in most cases doses high enough to kill all the
cancer cells would also kill the patient.
* Radiation therapy kills cancer cells. If all the cancer cells
can be located, then radiation therapy can cure people.
Unfortunately, in most cases by the time the cancer has been
detected, it has already spread and not all the locations it has
spread to can be located. Also, there is a risk that radiation
damage to normal cells sometimes causes new cancer.
* Surgery to remove the cancer cells, which often means removing
part or all of the organ in which the cancer cells are found. If
all the cancer cells can be located, then surgery can cure people.
The danger is that, even though this may have been done, cancer
cells may have already spread to other parts of the body. Also,
there is the risk common to all surgery of infection and other
Preventatives for a few kinds of cancer include HPV vaccines,
which prevent some kinds of cervical cancer. Researchers are
currently testing gene therapy to see if it can kill some kinds of
Having said that, there are some individuals who, after a course
of treatment, whether surgery or other therapies, may end up
completely cancer-free. Miracles can happen. Two things
which do appear to have a noticeable impact are a person's personal
faith, and a positive outlook.