The Qigong Kid 

Adam says he can cure cancer just by looking at a photo. Who are local qigong masters to argue?

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As Adam signed and sold books, Michael talked about Adam, and his tone was neither one of proselytizing amazement nor skeptic-turned-believer. It was matter-of-fact. The concept of distance healing had raised no red flags in Michael's mind, nor would it. In fact, it made perfect sense. And for that, he felt healed.

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