EAV


Index of EAV Devices

Thousands of practitioners use phony “electrodiagnostic” devices to help select their recommended treatment. These devices, which are fancy galvanometers, merely measure skin resistance to the passage of electrical current. However, many are claimed to determine the cause of any disease by detecting the “energy imbalance” causing the problem. Some are also claimed to detect whether …

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FDA Urged to Curb Bogus “Energy Medicine” Devices

In January 2008, Washington Attorney General Rob McKenna and state Department of Health Secretary Mary Selecky sent the below letter asking the FDA to block the sale and distribution of unproven and dangerous “energy medicine” devices. An FDA official replied that the agency has increased its surveillance of Internet promotion and advertising. Rob McKenna ATTORNEY …

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