Re: Does "See New Treatments for Cancer Realized" mean...
It's fine, but you need to remember that in that text, the word "could" which precedes your quote is important. The research "could see new treatments for cancer realized". It "might see that happen".
Originally Posted by NewHopeR
If it was a certainty, then they would be able to use something like "Scientists are confident that the research will see new treatments for cancer realised".
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.