Fact Check Video: Is there a “magical cure” for cancer? Don’t fall for the hype | Medical Fact Check

  • By Vishvas News
  • Updated: June 19, 2019

The Internet abounds with claims of ‘magical’ cure for cancer. Some of these include drinking hot coconut water, blowing up a balloon or drinking tea made from papaya leaves. Such misinformation about cancer treatment will make you confused or unsure when choosing a treatment. So we have identified these “magical” treatments to probe deeper to expose the facts, myths and hype behind them.

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