Validity of advertised 'cure' in ebook on Internet?

by Helen
(Sydney, Australia)

Has anyone read Cathy Rubert's ebook on how to rid yourself of Crohn's Disease in 4 easy steps?


She says the bodies of Crohn's sufferers are lacking in a certain protein.


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by: Lydia D.

I don't want to burst anybody's bubble, but there is no cure for Crohn's. Those who offer such hope are charlatans and are just trying to make money out of sick people. Don't be parted with the little money you have - spend it on something to brighten up your day and not false promises.

The same thing happened with HIV patients in the 1980s with fake health practitioners offering cures in bottles, which turned out to be peroxide or something similar. The patients still had HIV after taking it, but acquired burnt throats and stomachs.

Please don't be taken in. Read up on and learn about your disease to enable you to recognise scams and con artists.

Lydia D.

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