Magnetic Device Menopause Symptom Treatment Claims Repelled In UK
UK Advertising Standards Authority says LadyCare medical device claims to relieve menopause symptoms through magnetic technology are not supported by consumer self-assessment surveys and need an adequately controlled experimental human study.
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