What alternative health

practitioners might not tell you



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In the GCC's June 2005 Council Bulletin (see page 3) mention is made to correspondence that had been received from a GP seeking the view of the GCC in respect of the use by a chiropractor of a Vegatest Machine. Members of the GCC "agreed that it would not be appropriate for the GCC to comment on a commercial product". This link contains the position statement of the Scientific and Therapeutic Subcommittee of The Australian College of Allergy which was published the Medical Journal of Australia. It concludes that "Vega testing (the Vega test method) is an unorthodox method of diagnosing allergic and other diseases. It has no established scientific basis and there are no controlled trials to support its usefulness. Vega testing may lead to inappropriate treatment and expense to the patient and community".