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Don’t Be Fooled By Products Claiming To Cure Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Posted Nov 04 2009 10:01pm

DON’T BE FOOLED BY PRODUCTS CLAIMING TO CURE CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME. — by Catherine Morgan

The only thing that demeans patients suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome more than the name, is products and people claiming to have a “cure” (if you buy their pill). There is NO CURE (at this time) for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. If you are truly suffering from this disease, and not just every-day fatigue; the most important thing for you to do, is to work closely with a medical practitioner and use both traditional medicine and (when indicated) alternative modalities, in order to best treat your symptoms. The NUMBER ONE thing you should NOT DO, is click on an ad that claims to have a pill to cure this (non-curable) disease. The people that are making these claims have only one thing in mind…..to make money off of your suffering. There is NO SUBSTITUTE for genuine medical treatment, do not be fooled by these deceptive practices.

Below is an example of two types of ads for “natural remedies”. The first is using DECEPTIVE ADVERTISING to trick you into buying a product that will NOT do what it claims. The second is using NON-DECEPTIVE ADVERTISING to give you information about their products and to encourage you to seek medical attention before using any of them.

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DON’T BE FOOLED BY PRODUCTS CLAIMING TO CURE CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME. — by Catherine Morgan

The only thing that demeans patients suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome more than the name, is products and people claiming to have a “cure” (if you buy their pill). There is NO CURE (at this time) for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. If you are truly suffering from this disease, and not just every-day fatigue; the most important thing for you to do, is to work closely with a medical practitioner and use both traditional medicine and (when indicated) alternative modalities, in order to best treat your symptoms. The NUMBER ONE thing you should NOT DO, is click on an ad that claims to have a pill to cure this (non-curable) disease. The people that are making these claims have only one thing in mind…..to make money off of your suffering. There is NO SUBSTITUTE for genuine medical treatment, do not be fooled by these deceptive practices.

Below is an example of two types of ads for “natural remedies”. The first is using DECEPTIVE ADVERTISING to trick you into buying a product that will NOT do what it claims. The second is using NON-DECEPTIVE ADVERTISING to give you information about their products and to encourage you to seek medical attention before using any of them.

Read the rest of this entry »

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