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Albert Abrams’ Vials
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Origin

Albert Abrams

Type

Vials

Effects

Delivers correct medical diagnoses

Downsides

Tells the user false cures

Activation

Dripping on a person and piece of paper

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Bickerstaff-561RA

Aisle

72859-3664

Shelf

418942-6018-247

Date of Collection

June 23, 1996

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OriginEdit

Albert Abrams was a doctor who invented several machines to diagnose and cure diseases, his most famous the Dynomizer. It could determine a disease with either a sample of blood or handwriting. Although many machines were ordered, Abrams suffered public backlash when a cured user later died from stomach cancer. Investigation by Scientific America and tests under Abrams’ associate “Doctor X” proved he couldn’t figure out the contents of several mystery vials and that the machines actually did nothing.

EffectsEdit

The vials require the user to drip some of the liquid on themselves and then touch a piece of paper. A description of their health and any illnesses they have will appear in writing. It will also say the “correct” treatment for their affliction, which is always false. At the bottom there will always appear the signature ”A. Abrams” in typical unreadable doctor scribble.

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