ALAN BERNER / THE SEATTLE TIMES
How one man's invention is part of a growing worldwide scam that snares the desperately ill
Bill Cunningham, William Nelson's longtime friend, leads a Budapest training session while a volunteer has her health "examined" by placing her hand on the EPFX. She was judged healthy. Nelson claims the device can analyze samples such as hair, saliva or blood from a patient, then transmit healing frequencies. But these claims violate FDA regulations. Clients also are often encouraged to buy the company's nutritional supplements.