I don't understand why folks think a cure is a reflection of getting to do whatever you want? If the FDA & FCC did their jobs and also the schools were funded like they should, then much of this would be all about
nothing. We are all different but cut from the same energy source, so while we have many differences on what doesn't work for us, there may be many core similarities that actually do work.
While it is true, a cure can sometimes be a one and done thing, such as a vaccination. Treatment is also a cure and treatment doesn't have to have an endpoint, but yet it still is a cure. Why does cure have to be defined as quick and easy like everything else pushed on the American Public? Maybe if it was easy then it isn't a cure, and if folks understand going in to it that cure may both be on an immediate level and a long term level as well. Maybe there would be less flare ups after remission if folks understood that the cure treatment just might be forever and not a get fixed quick thing and then go do whatever you want again.....just my 2 cents
google defines cure as:
relieve (a person or animal) of the symptoms of a disease or condition.
"he was cured of the disease"
synonomous: heal, restore to health, make well/better; archaic, cleanse
"after a long course of treatment, he was cured"
a substance or treatment that cures a disease or condition.
Websters cure definition related to disease
Definition of cure
2 a : recovery or relief from a disease Her cure was complete.
b : something (such as a drug or treatment) that cures a disease Quinine is a cure for malaria.
c : a course or period of treatment take the cure for alcoholism
Post Edited (dagan) : 4/9/2018 12:27:20 PM (GMT-6)