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Bogus Cancer Treatment Brings Jail Sentence
People with serious illnesses threatening their life are among the most vulnerable of us all. People with cancer, mental illness, various muscle-skeletal conditions unfortunately seem to be prey for fraud artists to go after.
The FDA announced a prosecution for someone who had made $500,000 from selling laetrile, made from apricot pits and a reputed cancer treatment. There is no scientific evidence such a treatment has any effect on cancer.
Years ago, (back in 2001), our Company worked with the RCMP in Grand Prairie, Alberta to prevent a similar operation from getting going here in Canada.
Click here for the story from the FDA.
Date of Story: Wednesday, June 23, 2004
Story Posted By: Ron Reinhold
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