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Energy devices sell snake oil technology

Michael Berens and Christine Willmsen examine the global behind fraudulent medical devices that "claim to cure cancer, reduce cholesterol, even eliminate AIDS. Their operators say these 'energy medicine' devices work by transmitting radio frequencies or electromagnetic waves through the body, identifying problems, then 'zapping' them. Their claims are a fraud. The Seattle Timeshas found that thousands of these unproven devices &emdash; many of them illegal or dangerous &emdash; are used in hundreds of venues nationwide."

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