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Healthy habits may be able to prevent cancer, but don't count on Christine Daniel's herbal "C-Extract" to cure the disease.
After all, C-Extract–and the false claims Daniel made about it–just landed her in federal prison for 14 years.
The reports that Daniel, a physician and Pentecostal minister who sold her C-Extract product on Trinity Broadcast Network, received a sentence of "14 years in federal prison because her 'brown sludge' was actually made of suntan lotion and beef flavoring." Daniel also will need to pay $1.2 million–only slightly more than the "$1.1 million [taken] from 55 families over three years for her herbal 'C-Extract.' At least six patients died over a six-month period." According to the , patients came to Daniel, trusted her, and chose C-Extract as a chemotherapy alternative–all because she was a minister.
Among those patients was Church of God in Christ (COGIC) bishop George Mc Kinney's late wife, Jean, who died in 2004.Local news reported in 2009, when Daniel first was arrested, that "Daniel gave Jean Mc Kinney herbs she said were grown in South America and Africa.Prosecutors said they were actually vitamins that could be bought at any drugstore.Jack Van Impe, a popular End Times broadcaster, has ended his decades-long run on Trinity Broadcasting Network after a dispute over naming ministers that he accuses of mixing Christian and Muslim beliefs.Earlier this month, Van Impe named California megachurch founders Rick Warren and Robert H.Schuller as proponents of "Chrislam," which he defined as "a uniting of Christianity with Islam." TBN pulled the episode before a repeat broadcast could air.