FDA Moves To Ban Electric Shock Devices Used To Curb Hostile Behavior
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The agency's Neurology Devices Panel previously recommended a ban on the devices, which are used to modify the aggressive behavior of disabled students at one Massachusetts school.
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