The answers are and always will be a big fat 'no'.
There are different kinds of ailments out there. They are (in my non medical terminology):
- Acute - an ailment which happens and gets better. Think a cut, the flu, appendicitis, Lyme disease.
- Chronic - an ailment which occurs and lasts and lasts and lasts. Think things like arthritis, fibromyalgia, degenerating disks, etc.
- Terminal - an ailment which will kill you. "Terminal illnesses or infections are considered incurable when there are no conservative therapies available which will eliminate it from the body." Think cancer*, untreatable MRSA infections, etc.
My medical history includes several chronic ailments that have no cures to date but are treated to minimize deformations and relieve pain. These are: rheumatoid arthritis, degenerating disk disease, and fibromyalgia. Then I get to add a couple of cancers on top of that as well as significant injuries which are not repairable (think bad knees). Every so often I get an acute ailment like the flu to add to the fun.
My treatments all focus on making me feel better. But nothing will cure all of me. So no, I will not get better. But thanks for asking.
*Cancer gets the asterisk here because sometimes cancers are treated as chronic after standard treated. You can never be sure you got all the cancer out of your body.