I addressed how I feel about Scoon's review in a previous post here. I also understand that he is refering to the Fscan, not the Fscan2.
My experience thus far, and findings, have been DEAD ON ACCURATE with the people I have scanned. There can be artifacts, but even so, the accuracy rate has been AMAZING, and astounding. It has shown me things far beyond just a parasite or virus, such a Rife frequencies for "depression" or "phobia" and so on. I can only tell you that the few people so far that I have scanned have provided the feedback that, again, so far, proves the Fscan2 to be a very accurate and invaluable diagnostic research tool and device. Of course it acts as a frequency generator too, a zapper, and it's a licensed medical device in Europe.
So, who is correct, Scoon, or the licensure of Europe?