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January 1, Wait, What? Biden Says His Administration “Ended Cancer”

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President Joe Biden, at a press conference discussing expanding mental health care access, made a brash proclamation that his administration has “ended cancer as we know it.”

An assertion that not only bemused those in attendance but also swiftly caught fire across social media.

The President’s comment came during a reflection on the nation’s loss of faith in accomplishing significant objectives.

He remarked, “If you could do anything at all, Joe, what would you do? I said, ‘I’d cure cancer.’ And they looked at me like, ‘Why cancer?’ Because no one thinks we can. That’s why. And we can. We’ve ended cancer as we know it.”

However, the official White House transcript opted for a safer rendition, stating that he said, “We can end cancer as we know it.”

Social media platforms were quick to erupt in a maelstrom of ridicule over the President’s seemingly audacious claim:

This is not the first time Biden has taken a bullish stance on conquering cancer.

During a speech in Ottumwa, Iowa in June 2019, Biden pledged that if elected President, his administration would see the “single most important thing that changes America, we’re gonna cure cancer.”

As Vice President, he oversaw the “Cancer Moonshot” initiative and then later the Biden Cancer Initiative after leaving office.

Despite these promises, medical professionals would argue that cancer, a complex disease with over a hundred variations according to the National Cancer Institute, may be too diverse to yield to a single, catch-all solution.

Traditional therapies such as chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and surgery remain critical while newer techniques like immunotherapy and therapeutic viruses are making strides but still face significant hurdles.

Moreover, the unpredictable nature of cancer cells, their varying causes, and their ability to evade treatments only underscore the immense challenge of finding a universal cure.

As Live Science pointed out, “Even after seemingly effective treatments, crafty cancer cells are able to hide out in some patients and resurface.”

Bottom Line

In light of the complex landscape of cancer treatment, Biden’s proclamation raises more questions than it answers.

The President’s optimism should not bypass the realities of this insidious disease that continues to elude a comprehensive cure.

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  1. vinnie

    August 2, 2023 at 7:00 am

    Not only “SENILE”, also “DELIRIOUS” as well as a “Psychopathic LIAR”

  2. The Rebel

    August 2, 2023 at 9:41 am

    Professional LIAR all his life and the Delaware sheeples took it hook, line, and sinker !!!

  3. SHRW

    August 2, 2023 at 10:30 am

    For those who may have conveniently forgotten, During the presidential campaign Biden did promise that he would have a cure for cancer were he to be elected. No further mention was made of this after the inauguration, but this fits in with his delusion. If only it were true. But unfortunately this is just another Walter Mittie fantasy of Biden’s.

  4. Had Enough

    August 9, 2023 at 8:55 am

    The quickest way to cure cancer is to just change its name and declare it cured.

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