So you're saying we should shoot people who have cancer
@McBroha, Well I mean...Yes. Yes we should. GUYS WE FOUND THE CURE FOR CANCER
@McBroha, it's a very reasonable solution
@McBroha, Yes, but you have to aim for the cancer
Bacteria don't kill cancer uh-uh. I kill cancer with guns
@thesamfactory, pow pow
@thesamfactory, Hey punk ass gangsters, what you looking at? You think you can front with me you better watch your back
@thesamfactory, cancer is burning cancer is burning put your hands up
@whirligig1at6, now that song is in my head.
@thesamfactory, I'm just so happy that everybody on funny pics knows Jon Lajoie. Truly the greatest rapper ever.
@Dr Simon Acula, He's not just the greatest, he's bad like the film Attack of the Clones, he's dangerous (dangerous) like a fire in a nursing home.
Well technically the only real way to kill cancer cells it by killing the host so a handgun would be pretty effective at killing cancer. My question though has always been why do we focus all out time on trying to kill cancer cells instead of trying to understand them. They're literally cells that cannot die meaning theoretically if someone learned how to keep them from harming the host they could essentially live forever if it spread to all the cells of the body. We could pretty much be imortal if we could harness the power of cancer cells
@Assassinator2399, well we actually age as a result of our adaptation to fight cancer. We actually understand several ways how they grow out of control and unchecked. If you want I can explain more but I'm not sure you are joking.
@Assassinator2399, Cancer cells can die, what they don't do is kill themselves when there is a breakdown in their function so they're a whole bunch of useless cells replicating and not helping anything.
@Assassinator2399, I Actaully asked this question in Biology last year. They are immortal, though more in the sense that down the line divisions are exact clones of the original. However they so violently duplicate that they no longer function for their intended purpose, and furthermore they use more resources than other cells. Cancerous heart cells do not remain heart tissue, they are simply a rapidly growing ball of cells that once were heart cells. Also, cancer cells immortality is a result of numerous genetic failures that all prevent large organization, i.e., you.
Look up Henrietta Lacks. She died in the 40 or something... But her immortal cancer cells are still around.
Like when pot heads say weed is medicine. Pfft everyone knows smoking weed turns you gay.
*eagle swoops overhead* 'murican way of kicking cancers ass
Also, so does a (UV)flashlight.....
Seriously though, one scientist discovers that cancer cells given a chemical/marker drug, then blasted with UV light completely destroyed the cells.
@D4rthbob, so we should get this chemical marker into a patient with cancer and then blast their insides with UV light?
Hmm... I'm gonna need a volunteer...
Bleach kills cancer in a petri dish
@Wakeley, so you're saying we should drink bleach to cure cancer?
@Bomb The Russians, precisely
Get rid of monsanto and most of the cancer will stop