In Hamlet, do you believe there is any way to cure Hamlet?
This question seems to infer that Hamlet is actually mad or has something that he needs to be "cured" from. One way to approach this question is to consider the various strategies that Claudius tries to employ in order to cheer his nephew/son-in-law up. Note how in Act II scene 2 he clearly tries to get Rosencrantz and Guildenstern to cheer up Hamlet, as they are his childhood friends:
I entreat you both
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