On the same page as the article they are advertising a RIFE frequency generator.
My wife, suffering from Cystic Fibrosis, was told to buy one from her "doctor". When I saw the bill for over a thousand bucks on her charge card I did some research. I found it on FRAUDWATCH.COM. After contacting the woman who suggested my wife buy this thing we got our money back after I informed her of the possible repercussions of calling herself an MD and suggesting fraudulent treatments to patients.
The Attorneys General of Wisconsin and Minnesota have sued to stop an unlicensed woman, Shelvie Rettmann, of Prior Lake, Minnesota, from representing that she can cure cancer. In December 1997, Wisconsin Attorney General James Doyle announced that a Wisconsin resident who was diagnosed with adva ...
Now here we have your source selling the same shit. What does that say about their credibility?