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Herbal cancer cure claims

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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David Walker, d/b/a DLW Consulting, permanently barred from representing dietary supple-ments, devices as "effective in treating and curing cancer" or as making "surgery, chemotherapy and other conventional cancer treatments unnecessary" absent competent and reliable scientific evidence, according to stipulated judgment signed by Tacoma, Wash. federal judge Oct. 23. In case brought by FTC, Walker also is required to turn over to commission customers' names, addresses; judgment includes monetary penalty if Walker made "material misrepresentations or omissions" in his financial disclosure form. FTC sued Walker in March related to cancer claims for CWAT-Treatment: BioResonance Therapy, which included dietary supplements (1"The Tan Sheet" April 8, 2002, p. 14). 2FTC press release notes Walker was required to pay $229,000 in consumer restitution under companion case brought by Washington AG...

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