Biden vows to ‘cure cancer’ if elected US president

Not content material with the same old unimaginable marketing campaign guarantees, Democratic presidential frontrunner Joe Biden has promised to remedy most cancers if he’s elected, elevating eyebrows on social media.

I’ve labored so arduous in my profession, that I promise you, if I’m elected president you’re gonna see the only most vital factor that adjustments America, we’re gonna remedy most cancers,” Biden informed a crowd in Ottumwa, Iowa on Tuesday.

While the combat in opposition to most cancers is private for Biden – his son Beau died of glioblastoma in 2015 – the out-of-left-field promise did little to shore up confidence within the candidate, who seems to be self-destructing in the face of a seemingly-endless parade of skeletons from his political closet.

While vice president below Barack Obama, Biden labored on the administration’s “Cancer Moonshot,” which was supposed to match 10 years of “advances in most cancers prevention, analysis and therapy” into 5. While such a aim is conveniently unimaginable to consider, he would no less than have realized how most cancers analysis works, particularly since he based the Biden Cancer Initiative after leaving the White House. That he’d make such a weird promise regardless of his expertise confused many on social media.