At the very least, they could have sent a warning notice first as they have with most other businesses and even some other zapper manufacturers.
>- before anyone can say zappers are (or aren't) actually going to prevent or cure a disease.
I agree, but I can not find anyone else out there who has even bothered to go to the testing and analytical levels that we did.
>- don't use a zapper as an excuse to not go to the doctor when you need to.
Absolutely, If I were to have a serious problem, I would not rely on any one thing, just a few, or many. To me it is important to leave no stone un-turned. Just be careful of perils that may be under the stone.
>- a harmless placebo,
This could be considered but according to survey results, the numbers are to high to be accepted as being a placebo in many regards.