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See also:
  • "Operation Cure-all" Targets Internet Health Fraud - FTC law enforcement and consumer education campaign focuses on stopping the quacks.
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  • Anti-Quackery Webring - Nearly 100 listings.
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  • How to Spot Health Fraud - The FDA Backgrounder lists the most common kinds of health fraud. Provides advice on how to spot a quack and where to file a complaint.
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  • Medical Quackery - Handbook of Texas entry on the history of quackery including definition and overview.
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  • National Council Against Health Fraud, Inc. - The NCAHF is a USA voluntary health agency that focuses its attention upon health fraud, misinformation and quackery as public health problems.
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  • The Quack-Files - Critical reviews, specially of alternative medicine. Provides resources and links on quackery, alternative medicine and health fraud.
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  • Quackery - Wikipedia - Overview of current and historical aspects of fraudulent health care.
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  • Quackwatch - Covers unproven and scientifically questionable claims of alternative health therapies, vitamin peddlers, and other health frauds.
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  • The Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice - Peer-reviewed journal devoted exclusively to distinguishing scientifically-supported claims from scientifically-unsupported claims in clinical psychology, psychiatry, social work, and allied disciplines.
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  • U.S. Food and Drug Administration - Easy-to-read FDA publication about phony medicines and unproven treatments.
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