I was reading this earlier. The news article, I mean. Not your post. I looked back at this thread just now to see if the article I am talking about was mentioned.
Anyway, to cut a long story short... I'd looked up ASA rulings about lists of conditions a few weeks ago to remind myself if they constituted an implied claim and Bicom came up. Finally got round to doing some background reading on Bicom just out of interest. The company I was complaining about were also making bioresonance / biofeedback claims. I saw another ASA ruling from August this year I think that was similar. Actually, the story wasn't that long. That's pretty much it. Maybe I should have padded it out a bit.
If I ever get round to finishing this blog post, I'll be referencing the Nightingale's complaint.
Was there any update on the results of the complaint? I know the ASA ruling, obv. But Trading Standards & the MHRA? Any news?