I think you pretty much nailed it. Several years ago I was watching CNBC they were interviewing the head of cancer research for one of the major drug companies. She said "Our goal is to convert cancer to a chronic disease much like diabetes." (sic)
I was shocked that there was no mention of this being an intermediate goal. No mention was made of a cure being an ultimate goal.
I was able to confirm this view with a little digging.
Sunday, July 27, 2003
Will cancer ever be cured? Recent results leave many in doubt
Dr. Andrew von Eschenbach, head of the National Cancer Institute, argues that a cure is not even necessary — converting cancer into a chronic disease, like diabetes or AIDS is enough. When the head of the National Cancer Institute comes out and openly declares that a cure for cancer is not necessary and that the goal is to turn cancer into ‘a chronic disease’ only one interest group will benefit – the pharma-cartel.
Full article here http://www.drrathresearch.org/health_news/bwd_recent_results_leave_doubt.html
And why would you not be allowed to post your information here?
Actually, the information would be more appropriate to post in the Cancer Alternatives Support Forum instead of this debate forum. I assume you are talking about the Cellect nutritional program, which I happen to be a fan of, as is my good friend Webster Kehr (Cancertutor.com) and another good friend Ann Fonfas (AnnieAppleseed.org). My regards for the Cellect protocol should be obvious when one examines the items used to make up the protocol and compares them to the items in my own suggested protocol. Practically every element contained in Cellect is also recommended in my suggested protocol - though perhaps not in the same quantity.
I have no problem with you posting the information in the Cancer Support Forum, so long as it is not in the form of a solicitation, and I do happen to be the forum moderator there.
All the best,