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Rampant fraud threat to China's brisk ascent

from The New York Times

No one disputes Zhang Wuben's talents as a salesman. Through television shows, DVDs and a best-selling book, he convinced millions of people that raw eggplant and immense quantities of mung beans could cure lupus, diabetes, depression and cancer. For $450, seriously ill patients could buy a 10-minute consultation and a prescription — except Zhang, one of the most popular practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine, was booked through 2012. But when the price of mung beans skyrocketed this spring, Chinese journalists began digging deeper. more

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