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FDA Recalls Unapproved Vibe Machine

A device that a company claimed could be used to treat or cure cancer, depression, infection, and pain is being recalled. The Vibrational Integrated Biophotonic Energizer (VIBE) machine was never approved by FDA, and the manufacturer, VIBE Technologies (Greeley, CO), received a warning letter about the issue in April. The company sent a certified letter to customers who bought the device, informing them to stop using it.

November 3, 2008

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FDA Recalls Unapproved Vibe Machine

Customers were also told to sign the certification to acknowledge that they received the warning, which instructed them to attach a label to the machine stating it isn't a medical device and shouldn't be used as one. The letter asked customers to cease promoting the machine as a medical device and remove medical claims about the product from their Web sites.The site www.vibemachine.com states it is under construction. Click here for a Web site that makes some claims about the machine. This site probably won't be up much longer.

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