A recent story was done by 60 minutes in Australia.
http://www.9news.com.au/national/2015/1 ... ustralianshttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... D-web.html
Canadian doctor 'told sick and dying Australians they could be cured and charged them thousands' - until they found out he BOUGHT his PHD off the Internet
Canadian stem cell research boss Doug Broeska has been accused of 'fleecing' Australian patients of their life-savings
Mother-of-three Jamie Wild suffers Motor Neurone Disease and her family spent $56,000 on a deposit for treatment she never had
It's also alleged Broeska bought his PHD off the Internet
Broeska denied he claimed to be 'a physician' or gave 'medical advice'
60 Minutes Australia's full story airs on Sunday night at 8.30pm
One of the details that were brought out in the program was how previous patients were paid "finders fees" for directing new patients to the service. They believed they were helping, but later found their treatments were not as successful as they first thought and had no idea that the main guy bought his medical credentials off the internet.
so the "Dr" in front of "Doug Broekska" is laughable if it wasn't used so maliciously.
They spoke with a "real" stem cell dr and discussed the treatment. The real dr explained how the harvesting and then growth/multiplication of stem cells in the time frame they were using at the "clinic" was not possible. ie it was fake/rubbish science.
To be blunt, I think I see a similar pattern here.