‘Spiritual Healer’ Exposed For Charging $374 To Cancer Patients
Spiritual healers are very helpful, unless you actually have a real disease. Slovakian Dr. Corascendea Cathar, 62, who has no medical qualifications, claims her “Dhaxem” healing can prolong the lives of cancer patients. All for just 280 pounds a session.
Her plan involves eating massive amounts of cabbage juice, getting as much calcium as possible, and finding the root of the disease in the soul. Cathar bases her success off two formerly cancerous dogs she claims to have cured.
Chris Geiger of BBC’s Inside Out posed as a cancer victim and then reported her advice to Professor Chris Bunce, who does research on Leukaemia and Lymphoma at University of Birmingham.
Upon hearing about how Cathar claims to cure cancer, he referred to her methods as “crazy.” He also went on to say that cabbage juice and calcium have little if any affect on cancer.
“I think it’s dangerous and scary,” Bunce said. “I hope she stops what she’s doing immediately.”
After Geiger exposed her to the public, she was forced to take down her website, which advertises her as a real doctor.
How did Dr. Cathar respond? She said she hopes Chris Bunce gets cancer. Lovely.
Sean Levinson | Elite.