Radionics

Radionics

ACS ON QUESTIONABLE ELECTRONIC DEVICES

The American Cancer Society statement on questionable electronic devices used in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer appeared in the March/April issue of CA-Cancer Journal for Clinicians (1994;44:115-127). It includes a brief review of magnetism and electronics, how these are viewed by the health sciences and pseudomedicine, and how devices are regulated by the FDA. A compendium of questionable electronic devices includes information about Radionics devices (Radioscope, Drown Devices, Rife Frequency Generator, Digitron), Galvanic devices (Energy Medicine, Ellis Microdynameter, Dermatron, Vega, Interro, Hubbard E-Meter, Accupath 1000, Electroacuscope 80, Roscher Probe, QiGong Machine). Others covered are Low-Voltage Current treatment devices, Neurolinometer and Radioclast Treating Unit, unnamed black box device, magnetic devices (super magnets), electromagnetic devices (I-ON-A-CO), negative ion generators (Solarama Board), color and light treatment devices (Spectrochrome, and the full-spectrum fluorescent light theories of John Ott), and ozone generators.

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