Do charities really want to find a cure for cancer?
Not likely, since the top administrators are making multimillion dollar salaries to promote the illusion that they are researching the cure, but in reality, if a cure is found the American Cancer Society will immediately disband. That is not a motivation for finding a cure; instead 80% of the funds collected go to overhead while 20% go to drug intensive research.
Most of the people who work for these large charities are completely unaware that the cancer industry has no intention of finding a cure.
Cancer is not a drug deficiency, it is a disease generated by a compromised immune system. in the below video, cancer researcher Ty Bollinger shares his thoughts on the many foundations raising hundreds of millions of dollars to help find a cure for cancer.