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Be wary of anecdotes and testimonials. If someone claims to have been helped by a pseudo-master, ask yourself and possibly your doctor whether there might be another explanation. Most single episodes of disease or injury heal with the passage of time, and even the most chronic ailments have symptom-free periods. Also, some testimonials are complete fabrications.
Do not fall for paranoid accusations. Pseudo-masters often claim that the medical profession, drug companies, and the government are conspiring to suppress their ideas, although no evidence to support such a theory is ever presented. It also flies in the face of logic to believe that large numbers of people would oppose the something that might someday help themselves or their loved ones
Forget about "secret techniques. Pseudo-masters probably keep their methods secret to prevent others from demonstrating that they do not work. When it comes to the human body, there are no secrets anymore.