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Are Terminal Diseases Truly Death Sentence?
« on: May 13, 2019, 09:59:10 AM »
What are terminal diseases? A terminal disease or illness has been said to be a disease or condition which can't be cured and is likely to lead to someone's death. Examples of terminal disease are HIV, Cancer, Arthritis, Diabetes, Epilepsy, Hypertension, etc.

Humanity has come so far in terms of technological advancements and medical break throughs. We've invented machines that we use to swim in Oceans like fishes and we now have machines that help us fly in the sky better than birds. Man has landed on Moon and our crafts are landing/exploring other planets such as Mars. We've produced better varieties plants and animals for massive food yield than the natural. GMO is daily "blessing" humanity with better fast yielding varieties of food crops and animal products.

Our medical technology has advanced so much that we are now fully able to clone and produce new humans like our selves without taking the natural procreation path. With all this awesome advancements in our World, is it not stranger than fiction that the World Health Authority, that is saddled with responsibility of seeing to it that all men are hale and healthy, says they are yet to find cure to many medical problems of man.

I'll share some verifiable revelations here, but I want us all to be involved. This is a discussion thread for us all. Do you think these diseases are truly incurable? If no, post links and documents to enlighten our people better. Keep it coming: