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Make knowledge of it publicly available.

Find some way to make it a public domain type thing. I think copywriting or selling something like that would be wrong.

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11 minutes ago, vtheawesome said:

Make knowledge of it publicly available.

Find some way to make it a public domain type thing. I think copywriting or selling something like that would be wrong.

 

agreed would be wrong to profit on something that can cure someone''s life.  

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I would  internet bomb the news so no one nation owned the cure and also spread it via free clinics through our worldwide gurdwara network  so people on the ground could learn and pass it on . The Big Pharma model needs to go down . Power to the meek of the world all 99 percent

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16 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

I would  internet bomb the news so no one nation owned the cure and also spread it via free clinics through our worldwide gurdwara network  so people on the ground could learn and pass it on . The Big Pharma model needs to go down . Power to the meek of the world all 99 percent

power from the bottom up, has no direction, ji

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31 minutes ago, mahandulai said:

power from the bottom up, has no direction, ji

you obviously know nothing about the power of the masses ...

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1 hour ago, jkvlondon said:

you obviously know nothing about the power of the masses ...

the masses don't have the confidence otherwise they would not be the masses.

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10 minutes ago, mahandulai said:

the masses don't have the confidence otherwise they would not be the masses.

you sound so lacking ....when you open your mouth  ...even enlightened masses would remain the masses because of numerical count .... the leaders/elite are only there on the tolerance of the masses ...when that goes no one stands in their place

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3 hours ago, mahandulai said:

the masses don't have the confidence otherwise they would not be the masses.

U the guy who made those vlogs on YouTube? 

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On 10/15/2018 at 12:13 PM, Punjabiwolves said:

agreed would be wrong to profit on something that can cure someone''s life.  

Then there is no incentive to make the cure in the first place.

Why become a scientist and study/research for years when in the end, you will get nothing out of it (aside from I guess moral upliftment).

These people have families to feed as well.

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6 hours ago, FreshMind13 said:

Then there is no incentive to make the cure in the first place.

Why become a scientist and study/research for years when in the end, you will get nothing out of it (aside from I guess moral upliftment).

These people have families to feed as well.

fact there have been many doctors who have cured and then been attacked and chased by the US government and others in the pocket of Big Pharma , Dr Stanley Burzynski is one of the latest . Do you not find it strange that in 100 years of modern medicine , 70 years in active fully funded search mode they haven't found the cure/s and haven't progressed much further than cut, burn, poison method?

you can check out the story : http://www.burzynskimovie.com/

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If you had the cure to 'cancer' you'd better start work on a cure to dementia, Alzheimers , arthritis, atherosclerosis and all the other ailments associated with old age. I read a good article once about how the success of modern medicine has not actually over the whole of a persons life improved the 'quality of life ' much when you factor in the years of life at the end when you are afflicted with such conditions 

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2 minutes ago, imhosingh said:

If you had the cure to 'cancer' you'd better start work on a cure to dementia, Alzheimers , arthritis, atherosclerosis and all the other ailments associated with old age. I read a good article once about how the success of modern medicine has not actually over the whole of a persons life improved the 'quality of life ' much when you factor in the years of life at the end when you are afflicted with such conditions 

alzheimers is diabetes type 3  - controlling sugars in diet will help , also medical fasting

Increased sugars in diet leads to insulin resistance which then causes mutliple issues that you have listed including high blood pressure , high cholestrol etc and also it increases rate of aging  and radical oxidative damage ( as the processing of sugars by the body uses vitamin, antioxidant and mineral reserves )

 

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