Police nab quack online doctor
Suspect gave teens bad advice on Yahoo! Answers, police say04 August, 17:16
"[She has] a passion for medicine," police added, "yet she never passed the admissions test for medical school". Most of her advice dealt with teenagers and their first sexual encounters and young girls having their period. Yet she also wrote about epilepsy, heart attacks and tumors as though she were an authority on the topics. In one online post, the suspect warned readers to beware of the late Italian doctor Luigi Di Bella, known for his controversial cancer treatments. "He's a fraud, a quack," she said. "What he invented does not work".