As we all know, cancer is a very dangerous disease that affects a lot of people all over the world. Over the past few years, there have been many discoveries generated by scientists about the genetic and environmental causes of disease findings that likely contain a wealth of new targets for combating disease. Nowadays more and more people get involved in participating in trials, but we need to spread the word about the value of taking part in clinical trials.
These will indeed benefit medical research and help future generations. In many instances, trial participants gain personal advantages, such as improved disease outcomes or better health. One way of making it easier to take part in it, could be making the process of research less bureaucratic. Thanks to medical research, many serious diseases such as malaria have been able to be cured and partly stopped.
As I mentioned before, cancer is very dangerous and unfortunately kills many people. However, this could be stopped, if we found the cure for this disease. It is true that cancer can be treated with chemo and radiation and that many people survived but it is also a fact that these days more people have been diagnosed with cancer than in the past 15 years.
Cancer drugs entered the animal trials stage in 2025, during these 5 years the scientists have found the cure after many tries, because they did not give up. Thanks to them all of us have made a huge advance looking forward to ending this disease. Now the human trials stage has begun and we hope we can finally say that we have beat cancer.
To sum up, cancer is a very threatening illness, but soon we will be able to beat it as the human trials stage has started. After years of working, trying to find the cure now, we can say that we are very close to stopping cancer and saving hundreds of lives.
Goizane Lajas / Lucía Pérez