What Pablo Motos’ Cold Plasma Machine Teaches Us About Pseudotherapy

If everything Dr. Ana Baeza claims in the viral video of TV host Pablo Motos was real, NASA, MIT, and even the Russian Secret Service would be looking for her at this point. But given the superpowers that SHA Wellness Clinic’s cold plasma machine gives him, it’s more likely that Netflix writers are looking for him. Because, as the Minister of Health Monica GarcĂ­a warned this Monday, his statements belong more to the realm of fiction and are a good example of the dangers of “pseudo-therapy”, “lack of scientific evidence” and “deceit”.

In the recording, the Doctor utters four powerful ideas that seem scientific, that contain small doses of truth, but when put together are meaningless nonsense, but convincing to the untrained and willing to believe them.

Source: El Diario

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