I'm just going to step in here, although I still feel that most people here are immature, it could help for me to provide insight.
There are several companies, hundreds or more, that do this every day, dostoyevsky.
The first example revolves around companies that advertise antioxidants. The theory, is that free radicals steal electrons from atoms, imbalancing molecules, therefore causing aging, cancers, etc.
*Numerous* tests have been done to test antioxidants, it is estimated over 100,000 people have been utilized among all the antioxidant surveys, labs, etc.
The findings? Antioxidants have had no proof of helping people live longer, and has in fact if anything, shown to potentially cause early cancer in some patients.
Yet, you see antioxidant commercials everywhere.
Fruit diets? Yes, another marketing thing utilized by many companies to state how a fruit diet can help you. Findings? It has increased the chances of pancreatic cancer. Remember the beloved Steve Jobs and his love of fruits for daily nutrition? He died of pancreatic cancer. When Ashton Kutcher even attempted the diet to fulfill the role of Steve Jobs in the previously released movie, he had been hospitalized for pancreatic issues. Yet, many companies offer their fruit diets to consumers as a coy.
Fact is, companies do this, a lot. For someone to sue the company over this, it would take years of research in court to determine the company's lie resulted in your early cancer or prevented it. It is too difficult to prove and takes too long. Hence, lack of regulatory arrangements in this industry, as well as too high of a cost for people to bother sueing.
I have been in and out of CBIS for years. It is currently being pumped, literally provable by the stock promoters website where you can search by ticker, they're recently been utilizing newsletters to pump. CBIS has diluted over and over, since their balance sheet often has balances in the low thousands, even 0. This company does NOT have money, they pump, then dilute, and dump. Believe me when I say it is very difficult to be profitable with 750+ million shares. This could very well go up to $.20 for all I know, but it will come tumbling down at some point again. Look at the history. Good luck.
If history doesn't repeat itself, that makes the whole theory of resistance/support selling/buying thrown out the window, which is arguably one of the most utilized entry strategies for non-corporate buyers.