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Category:Cancer woo

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Cancer woo

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Thankfully, claiming that things can cure cancer without some damn good evidence is illegal in most first-world countries. For reliable (and unreliable) sources of information please see Sources of cancer information.

Cancer patients are human beings, like all of us — and human beings are generally desperate to stay alive and survive hardship.

Regrettably, some fall victim to quacks — often paying enormous sums of money and/or skipping out on real cancer treatment — in return for nothing but false hope.