Yeah, I read that title first thing in the morning and I very nearly spit orange juice all over the laptop.
Seriously though, cancer is a very ancient disease. It comes from when the very first lonely cells decided to band together to increase survival, over 3 billion years ago. They figured out pretty quickly that group rules were necessary, like some cells go some places, others need to suicide at the right time, etc... And when a cell doesn't obey those ground rules and starts reproducing on its own, there you go: cancer.
So something so grounded in our origins is going to be VERY hard to eradicate. Improve it, yes, we already have. Improve it a lot, probably. But get rid of it I somehow doubt it because any kind of transcription error in a single cell can possibly lead to it.
P.S. No space before a question mark.
I know but I like it a more this way: it's a lot more readable. But it should be a non-breaking space !
Stupidity of this magnitude should make you too poor to be able to waste your time on trying to export stupid beliefs like that onto other people.
There is no royal road to geometry. -- Euclid