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Tom Brokaw has been diagnosed with multiple myeloma. Has enough research been done on this type of cancer?

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  • Not enough cancer research

    Not enough cancer research has been done on Multiple myeloma or all types of cancer. Why? Big pharmaceutical companies do not want to cure cancer. They are interested in generating large profits, not eliminating their largest market base- cancer patients. Companies only create medicine that helps the symptoms of cancer. The cure is out there, but it is not allowed to used.

  • No or there would be a cure already

    Until there is a cure, then there is more research to be done. A lot of cancers are preventable and possibly treatable. A lot is still unknown about cancer its self. Hopefully with someone as well known as Brokaw, there will be more light shed on this terrible disease. Too much research goes into useless things like ED pills and birth control.

  • Tom Brokaw has been diagnosed with multiple myeloma. Enough research has not been done on this type of cancer.

    Tom Brokaw has been diagnosed with multiple myeloma. Enough research has not been done on this type of cancer. We do not know a lot about this type of cancer and more research needs to be done to see what treatment options are available and if there is a chance that he could make it through to recovery.

  • No, not enough research has been done in regards to multiple myeloma.

    I do not think that enough research has been done in regards to the cancer of multiple myeloma. I think that it needs more research and funding because not enough information is know in regards to the cancer. But I do think that since Tom Brokaw is a public figure, the cancer will get a lot of needed attention.

  • Not a good cure

    No, there has not been enough research done about this disease, and there is not a really good cure that will completely cure the body of this disease, ensuring that it will never come back. They need to keep looking for better, faster, and cheaper cures for this bad disease.


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