Your stated nothing was being done or funded. This is patently false.
False if you take it literally, true if you read it figuratively to the effect that 'nothing sufficient' is being done. If tens of thousands of sufferers are dying for want of sufficient screening or drugs then that's quite obviously of greater urgency than mere lifestyle treatments - important though they may be in isolation.
You stated "the survival rate would be more than the 20% success rate of IVF".
My comment had nothing to do with existing survival rates among sufferers of colonic cancer - that's your misreading of it. Current death rates could be cut in half so, yes, a 50 per cent success rate in the threatened group would be greater than a 20 per cent success rate among the lifestyle group.
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