Part of Saturday's bonanza.
Will it actually provide a real actual cure to heart trouble which isn't some kind of bait-and-switch Jesus related rubbish? Hit the jump to find out
Of course it won't. What the hell did you expect?
How would you like to have a doctor who doesn't have any actual medical experience, and completely makes up ailments, while heavily exaggerating the ones you really do have. The cure he proposes has a definite placebo effect, but has never been proven to actually WORK, partly due to the aforementioned reason of his diagnosis being heavily exaggerated and referring to entirely non-existent ailments.
You may think he is a fine fellow, and indeed, maybe he does too, but at the end of the day, he at best has no idea what he's talking about, and at worst actively conning you.