Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Cure For Cancer?
I've been hearing about research for a cure all of my life. I must admit that my skepticism tends to take grip as I ponder the possibility of success. Between the fact that scientists have been searching for a cure for so long and seem not to even gain victory over the common cold, my cynicism appears justified to some extent.
However, recent news just hit the interwebs yesterday that ImMucin has been developed as a Cancer vaccine and is showing very promising results in the clinical trials. Sometimes there is a misnomer that Christians, like myself, don't care about death and dying since that is when we get to our eternal and heavenly bliss. Still others think my faith causes me to avoid medicine and man-made solutions to illness and the fallen status of our world.
Nothing can be further from the truth. I believe God endows us with abilities and even leads bright minds to invent and innovate. Prayer is certainly powerful and part of my utility belt when seeking out healing for myself or my loved ones. But I also let God bless me through others that have the ability to help expedite the process. I pray this vaccine is indeed successful and helps to transform millions of lives for the good.
What do you think?
Posted by Jim at 8:12 AM
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