A self-made “medicine man” thought acidity caused disease and started selling Cell Food as a cure-all. https://www.mcgill.ca/oss/article/quackery/dr-sebi-what-do-we-make-him
Does breast thermography work? Scrolling through crowdfunding pleas may give you the impression that it does, but scientific evidence and governmental agencies disagree. https://www.mcgill.ca/oss/article/health/breast-thermography-its-montreal-cradle-crowdfunding-platforms
An investigation by La Presse reveals that many pharmacists endorse sugar pills for the flu, and some pharmacies even seem to contravene regulations by employing
In the world of experimental stem cell therapies, I witnessed exaggerated claims, promises of safety, and a dash of Big Pharma conspiratorial ideation. https://www.mcgill.ca/oss/article/quackery/i-went-stem-cell-sales-pitch-seminar-and-i-feel-buying-time-share
Would you pay good money to get sick on your own terms? A California start-up blurs the line between extreme wellness culture and elaborate prank.
To figure out how many drugstores still sell the quack homeopathic remedy Oscillococcinum, we called 150 pharmacies on the island of Montreal. The results could