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Consumer Health Digest #08-27
July 1, 2008
Current # of subscribers: 11,780

Consumer Health Digest is a free weekly e-mail newsletter edited by
Stephen Barrett, M.D., and cosponsored by NCAHF and Quackwatch. It
summarizes scientific reports; legislative developments; enforcement
actions; news reports; Web site evaluations; recommended and
nonrecommended books; and other information relevant to consumer
protection and consumer decision-making.


Quackwatch and Dr. Barrett need your help. If you haven't already
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California warns genetic test labs.

The California Department of Public Health has ordered 13
laboratories to stop performing genetic testing for California
residents until the laboratories meet the requirements specified in
state law, which includes federal government standards for tests of
moderate or high complexity. Any laboratory offering genetic tests to
California residents must be licensed as a clinical laboratory in
California, and the tests must be ordered by a licensed physician and
validated. The affected laboratories include: 23andMe, CGC Genetics,
deCODEme Genetics, DNA Traits, Gene Essence, HairDX LLC, Knome,
Navigenics, New Hope Medical, Salugen, Sciona Inc, Smart Genetics,
and Suracell Inc.
The New York State Health Department has issued similar warnings to
31 labs since November 2007. [Pollack A. Gene testing questioned by
regulators. The New York Times, June 26, 2008]


Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic placed on probation.

The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) has placed
Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic on probation. The reasons
will not be publicly available until July 2008, but according to a
news report, Sherman violated SACS guidelines related to integrity,
academic freedom, governing board behavior, and the qualifications of
its administrative and academic officers. It was placed on warning
status in December 2007. [Barrett S. Sherman Chiropractic College
placed on probation. Chirobase, June 29, 2008] Sherman is the most
subluxation-based of the U.S. chiropractic schools. Its Web site,
which refers to the school as "the vanguard of chiropractic," states:

"The goal of straight chiropractic is to correct vertebral
subluxations so the nerve system can deliver the right information at
the right time in the right amounts to each part of the body. Today,
D.D. Palmer's vision of health care providers trained to remove
interference to the nerve system, so the body can strive toward its
own potential for physical, mental and social well-being, is being
fulfilled at Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic."

"Vertebral subluxations" are nebulous and have not been
scientifically defined or demonstrated. [Barrett S. Chiropractic's
elusive buzzword. Chirobase, May 23, 2006] Sherman's Web site
does not mention its probationary status.


Mother facing criminal prosecution for withholding chemotherapy.

Kristin Anne LaBrie of Salem, Massachusetts has pled not guilty to
child endangerment charges. Court documents state that she failed to
administer prescribed chemotherapy to her 8-year-old son who has
non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, and that as a result, the boy's prognosis for
survival deteriorated from 85-90% two years ago to about 10% today.

[Dorning AM. Mom accused of withholding chemo: Police charge mother
failed to follow up with outpatient chemo treatments. ABC News, July
2, 2008] The charges were filed after a treating physician asked the
Department of Social Services to determine whether Labrie was
neglecting her son.


Other issues of the Digest are accessible through For information about the
National Council Against Health Fraud, see If you enjoy the newsletter,
please recommend it to your friends.

In Deutschland gibt es solche Fälle auch. Da ist zum Beispiel die Hamer-Anhängerin Susanne Widdecke, die ihrem Neffen als über ihn bestimmende Betreuerin die rettende Operation verweigert:

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Kinderklinik Gelsenkirchen verstößt gegen die Leitlinien

Der Skandal in Gelsenkirchen
Hamer-Anhänger in der Kinderklinik


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Mutter angeklagt, weil sie ihrem Sohn die lebensrettende Chemo verweigert
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Kinderklinik Gelsenkirchen verstößt gegen die Leitlinien

Der Skandal in Gelsenkirchen
Hamer-Anhänger in der Kinderklinik
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