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Update: This source is no longer online as of 6/9/2019
- Overall, we rate GetCancerRemedies.com a conspiracy and quackery level pseudoscience site.
Factual Reporting: LOW
World Press Freedom Rank: Pakistan 139/180
According to their about page GetCancerRemedies.com’s goal is “to spread the real and unbiased information about CANCER. We are joining you in the battle against the misinformation promoted by the big corporations. We provide you with the latest studies, methods, alternative medicines, and treatments.” The contact page contains a broken form without any names listed. The website does provide a disclaimer that reads “The content of this website is for your general information only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice.”
A whois domain search reveals the domain is owned by Habib Qadoos of Lahore, Pakistan.
Funded by / Ownership
GetCancerRemedies.com is apparently owned by Habib Qadoos and is funded through online advertising and a donation link.
Analysis / Bias
In review, GetCancerRemedies.com publishes news regarding alternative medicine, supposed cancer-fighting foods, and Big Pharma conspiracy theories. For example, this article claims that Cilantro is a miracle cleanser in removing heavy metals from the body: How To Remove 80 % of Heavy Metals From The Body In 42 Days With This Plant. This of course is not true according to a study published in Scientific World Journal: “Less encouragingly, in a recent trial in 3- to 7-year old children exposed to lead, a cilantro extract was as effective as placebo in increasing renal excretion.”
GetCancerRemedies.com also spreads Anti-Vaxx propaganda such as this: Doctor Blows Whistle on Flu Shot: ‘It’s Designed to Spread Cancer’, which simply is not grounded in evidence and is sourced to medical quack Joseph Mercola. In general, there is very little credible information to be found on this website.
Overall, we rate GetCancerRemedies.com a conspiracy and quackery level pseudoscience site. (D. Van Zandt 12/28/2018)
Last Updated on October 19, 2020 by Media Bias Fact Check