Cancer, as we all know is one of the most incurable diseases, which have been spread globally. Since years many researchers, scientists, and medical practitioners are trying to find a possible cure for it. While there is no cure for cancer, it can be managed and treated to live better. Every other day these pioneers in medical sciences are seeking for a permanent cure to this life taking disease. Recently a medicine named as Imitinef Mercilet for Blood Cancer is quite socially active where people are posting that this medicine acts like a miracle to all types of cancer. Furthermore, they are also saying that few hospitals and institutes such as Adyar Cancer institute (one of the popular cancer institutes in Chennai) are spreading this medicine for free.
Although this message that Imitinef Mercilet is a cancer cure miracle and is available for free, following are the facts which are overpowering the statement.
- This medicine is available free for only qualified persons and not for all. This medicine is free of charge for only selected people such as to them who have passed the criteria of cancer institute and should be admitted to the hospital for treatment.
- Adyar Institute is self-claiming to the statement explaining that this medicine is not effective for all the cancer types. Instead, Imitinef mercilet is a distortion of the drug called imatinibmesylate (the drug used to treat a type of blood cancer “chronic myeloid leukemia).
- This drug is available all over India and is being prescribed at all cancer centers and is not exclusive to the cancer institute Adyar Chennai.
- While this medicine does not permanently cure blood cancer but is used to treat a type of blood cancer and is very effective resulting in prolonged remissions when taken continuously.
- IM is indeed offered by many hospitals and it is not an alternative treatment for cancer but it is a conventional drug. It comes along with side effects like edema, rash, and musculoskeletal issues.
Furthermore, the success rate of Chronic Myelogenous leukemia patients who are taking IM is not very high, one can take it to manage the disease but it does not guarantee any cure.
Social media is also disseminating the message that the medicine is available at Yashoda dermatology cancer institute free of cost.
Some of the doctors are responding to the message that there is no single medicine available anywhere in the world, which can be prescribed for all types of Cancers and also there is no magical medicine who cures all types of cancers.
Research is still going on about the cure of cancer-related diseases, and it will soon be possible to cure all types of cancer but for now we have to live in the truth that there is no cure for this devastating disease.
One of the greatest advantages of this dispatch is the question “if blood cancer is curable or not?
Many types of cancer are being cured nowadays if they are diagnosed at early stages while blood cancer is still on its edge. Of course, there is still a long way to go before we can cure most cancers. The difficulty is that different cancers are caused by different things and their effect is partially unlike all. Above all, there is no one strategy that can prevent all cancers at once. There is no single treatment for all the cancers.
There is a lot of research is going into all types of cancer to try and cure all types of cancer patients. Cancer researchers closely working on developing new and more effective and new and more effective surgery, technique, radiotherapy, chemotherapy and drugs from all this time.
Along with there is a lot of research is going through in every cancer center and they all are trying to find a possible cure for all types of cancer. All active areas of research like cancer vaccines, monoclonal antibodies, and gene therapies are being used to get the positive outcome. Moreover, researchers are also developing anti-angioigenic drugs that can stop cancers from growing the blood the blood vessels that they require. With the advancement in technologies, a cost effective way is also being developed to screen different common cancers so that they can be recognized at early stages of their birth.