It is really, really easy to learn that that is not the first TSM clinic.
In fact, it's so stupefyingly easy to learn this that I can't help wonder why anyone would say otherwise. I mentioned this to the new owner of Naltrexone Confidential, and she replied that she thought the other clinics were about making money instead of helping people.
The new clinic isn't significantly cheaper. It's $3500 for the typical five months of outpatient, vs. $3800 for the best-known clinic. What's different about this that would justify billing it as "the first"?
EDIT: the page has been edited to the narrower statement that it's the first clinic "sponsored and approved by Dr. Sinclair himself." That's more accurate.
In other news, the C3 Foundation is also endorsing a particular online pharmacy in exchange for a cut of that pharmacy's profits, and is even selling gewgaws like an official C3 pillfob.
I guess there's no real harm to it, and it may increase public awareness. Heck, if Jenny McCarthy can convince people that vaccines are bad, maybe Claudia Christian can convince people of something that's actually supported by medical literature.
Something about all this leaves a bad taste in my mouth, though.