Fake Cancer Cures Still Running Rampant On The Internet — Google, Facebook Monitoring Efforts Fall Short

Published Jun 29, 2020

Fake Cancer Cures Still Running Rampant On The Internet — Google, Facebook Monitoring Efforts Fall Short

Bitter melon and vitamin C are two fake cancer cures that have gone viral. However, with no scientific evidence to back them up, these fraudulent alternative remedies can be extremely dangerous.

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