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"Unfortunately, there's no cure—there's not even a race for a cure."
"It's fine to discover cures, but, remember, chronic conditions are our bread and butter."
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"He's going to be even more of a vegetable."
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"The brain tumor's incurable, but let me give you something for that dandruff."
"I'm afraid there is no cure for what you have, but it's not contagious, which is a relief. Because I've been like, touching you and stuff."
"It's a very rare disease - it doesn't have a cure. It doesn't even have a spokesperson."
I'm sure we'll find a cure someday. Let me write you a postdated prescription.
Doctor informing patient about a disease.
Biofeedback-training: 'Ed used to be an incurable optimist but now he's cured.'
"But living longer may not be right for you."
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'The bad news is there is no cure in sight because no celebrities have your disease.'
'You can stop worrying about the pensions crisis.'
Incurable Optimist: £50 notes accepted.
'There is no cure but the good news is we have some great support groups.'
"You can stop worrying about winding up in a fast food meal. You have an incurable disease."
'There's no easy way to tell you this Mr.Lymtop...But i'm afraid you have an inoperable brain tuna.'
"I'm sorry to say, on your salary, you're incurable."
'There is not a thing that medical science can do for you. Have you tried 'wishful thinking'?'
'We don't have a cure for it, but we do have a catchy name for it.'
'Of course, I'm the only person you know without a cure for your cold. I'm a doctor.'
'Good news and bad... Medical science can't cure you, but we have some marvelous support groups.'
'I may be an incurable optimist, but I think I can get a raise out of ol' J.P.'
'I was an incurable romantic until I met Peter, the Wonder Drug!'
"The test results were inconclusive, we should know more after the autopsy."