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A South Dakota man pleaded guilty today in connection with a scheme to defraud consumers by selling light-emitting devices known as the QLaser System as a treatment for more than 200 different diseases and disorders, the Department of Justice announced today. Todays guilty plea capped a three-year effort by the Justice Department and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service to stop distribution of the fraudulent devices to consumers.
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