H 86 Cancer Cure Health Science Institute

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HAROLD ADAMS Says:


DOSE ANY ONE KNOW HOW TO CONTACT JENNY THOMPSON?
I CAN NOT FIND ANY OF THESE ITEMS IN THE MIRACLES FROM THE VAULT



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David Says:

Hi Harold,

Just an FYI, various products from the health science institute are deemed to be a scam.

H-86 is apparently a form of fermented wheat germ extract (which has displayed anti-cancer properties). But as far as the HSI company itself being legitimate, I think enough people throughout the forums here have already been scammed by buying into their subscription on miracles from the vault.

In light of that, I'd encourage you to check out this other discussion thread pertaining to another product from the health science institute, evidently showing that they are not a trustworthy company after all:

Discuss/DBX-13-scam-261559.htm

I hope this helps!

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Connie Mauer Says:

Look up the Health Science Institute and scroll down a little--Jenny Thompson is mentiond there.


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JASON Says:

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