Exposing fraud with 3D-DXA

There has been a large amount of misinformation put forward by companies that are trying exploit 3D-DXA for financial gain, such as Galgo Medical (3D-SHAPER), DMS-Apelem (DMS Imaging) and their distributors. The use of 3D-DXA will lead to false diagnoses and misinformation about disease progression and drug responses. I have therefore decided to devote this website to debunking these false claims and exposing scientific misconduct with 3D-DXA wherever I find it. I will no longer provide my software and strongly advice you to avoid the use of 3D-DXA at all costs. An explanation on the limitations of this technology are provided in the technology section and I will periodically update my blog with reports on its misuse.

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Bad science: 3D-DXA study results explained

In previous blogs I have tried to explain how 3D-DXA can not measure the cortical bone parameters despite claims to... Read More →

Bad science: Structural Parameters with 3D-DXA

In a recent article by Galgo Medical and Cetir Grup Mèdic1, the authors claim that “accurate estimates of structural parameters... Read More →

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Please contact us if you suspect that you might have been diagnosed by a DXA Device from DMS-Apelem using the 3D-DXA software. Also please contact us if you purchased the 3D-DXA software (3D-SHAPER) under false pretences or outsourced a 3D-DXA analysis to Galgo Medical.

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Results derived from 3D-DXA should not be used for diagnosis or treatment planning nor should they be used for research into disease progression or drug response. In doing so you may be held liable for medical malpractice or scientific misconduct.

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