4 thoughts on “Top 10 pseudo-science scams for 2006

  1. Government bans ‘miracle cure’ ads

    Mexico: The government has banned advertisements for “miracle cures” for weight loss, sagging body parts and more serious illnesses such as prostate ailments, chronic fatigue and even cancer.

    Authorities will be able to order media outlets to pull such ads within 24 hours and fines will be much higher for manufacturers and distributors that place them.

    Mexico has a long history of faith healers and folk remedies but things have become much worse in the past few years with television ads for bogus treatments.



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