Full body scams

More reasons why full-body scans are not recommended:

The company’s technicians performed the scans at a Great Falls hotel in June. Customers received reports of the results in the mail some time later.

“One woman was told she had a normal uterus and ovaries, although they had been removed years ago. Another was told she had a mass on her kidney, and she had none,” said Dr. Leslie Russell. In addition, one patient’s report had the wrong name on it. Another was dated more than a month before the patient had the scan.

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