10+ Year Member
- May 1, 2007
I have a hard time seeing why research for non-terminal conditions should be funded over research on terminal conditions. It just doesn't make logical sense to me to put funding toward researching things like cerebral palsy, parapalegic SCI, and other non-terminal things when that same funding could be put toward actually saving people's lives through research on cancer, heart disease, HIV/AIDS, infectious diseases, etc. Shouldn't saving people's lives be the number 1 priority?