In 2002, RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan told a reporter from Blender about his post-9/11 health routine: drinking colloidal silver daily. “During the Black Plague, a lot of rich people didn’t get sick… because of the metal intake — the silver in their bodies from their silverware and dishes,” he said. Blender published the article under the excellent headline “IS THE RZA TURNING BLUE?” He has not, as far as we know.
Despite taking some serious hits, a 2006 letter in Nature isn't going anywhere. Years ago, a university committee determined that two figures in the letter had been falsified. The journal chose to correct the paper, rather than retract it - and then, the next year, published a correction of that correction due to "an error ...
Her mentor replied that whether or not to report was up to her, but recommended she instead advise her patient that, if caught, the family could lose the child to the state. The mentor warned the therapist that she might be at risk of legal retaliation from the patient if she abided by her duty, in license and law, to report child endangerment.