Comments:False cancer cure claims lead to federal charges against five US companies

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Wow, scientifically proven effective treatments. Like Chemotherapy? That has a survivor rate that is border-line statistically insignificant? ( The typical patient lives for 16 to 18 months http://www.prostate-cancer.com/chemotherapy/survival-rates/prostate-chemotherapy-survival.html )And what kind of quality of life do chemo patients lead for those few months? In light of all this, they charge these guys with misleading the public?