Doctor Charged for Selling ‘Miracle Cure’
A doctor has been charged with mail fraud in connection with the sale of what he described as a “100%” cure for COVID-19 that he said would render customers immune to the virus for at least six weeks. Emails advertised “COVID-19 treatment packs” priced at $3,995 for a family of four. Read a story from ABC 10 News San Diego. Read a Department of Justice press release.
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