Scammers are everywhere, and they play their games very well to ensure the right person falls for their tricks. Medical scams are very easy to spot, even with your common sense. Have you ever been introduced to a single drug that can cure close to one hundred diseases?
This is huge, I know, but I'm just trying to let you know how fast you can detect medical scams. They will try to conceive you that a single drug can heal so many diseases. Don't you think it is counter-intuitive to think a single drug can heal both cancer and HIV? Don't buy drugs and receive treatment that promises quick fixes. While there are genuine drugs that can do this, but I expect you to think otherwise if you were told that a drug would heal an injury, you just sustained in 6 hours. Do researches about the kind of treatment you want to receive or drugs you want to buy.
Medical care is an emotional topic for some because they know that they genuinely need it. They believe that if they do not have this, they will find it hard to pay for their medical expenses. Some warning signs will let you know if what you are looking at is a scam or not.
Take note that if you see some treatments that are supposed to be for personalized care but are being offered for a lot of people, this may be a scam. There are also a lot of supplements and medications that are not approved by health agencies that are being sold. You should avoid these things as well.