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    #16
    I've done 2 trip to bohbot center, one in november 2009 and the other in june 2010, i stay for 2 week.. I think it was about 20 min each sceance.

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      #17
      "You pay your lolly, and hope for results". NO! "you pay your lolly, and expect results". This bugs me most about these treatments; they are not necessarily bogus, and without evidence, their protagonists cannot be properly identified as frauds. The legal definition of fraud is knowingly making a claim that is false. If someone purchases a service, they have a right to expect it to work, at least in part. The distinction between consumer (medically, a patient) and a participant in an experimental project should be clear. A willing guinea pig should actually receive payment, or at least not make any.

      A treatment or therapy, surely, must be proven. Whether the patient, or a national or private means of insurance pays is immaterial. Medicine is not a car or a vacuum cleaner, and no absolute assurances can be given, but I think that asking for a fee running to 10's £k, with regular nil, or possibly negative results is too steep to be permitted.

      In another thread, I said there should be a globally agreed protocol on a no win no fee basis, that does respect the complexity of medical endeavour.
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