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Licensee’s use of unproven diagnostic device is cause for discipline

A Pennsylvania court, in a May 8 decision, upheld discipline imposed by the state's Board of Chiropractic on a licensee who advertised the use of a miraculous diagnostic tool in his practice, claiming, among other things, that the device was capable of diagnosing types of cancer and infectious diseases using minimal physical input.

A Pennsylvania court, in a May 8 decision, upheld discipline imposed by the state's Board of Chiropractic on a licensee who advertised the use of a miraculous diagnostic tool in his practice, claiming, among other things, that the device was capable of diagnosing types of cancer and infectious diseases using minimal physical input.

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