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Anti-stuttering devices[edit]

I just added an article about anti-stuttering devices. I would appreciate anyone checking it over. The obvious issue is that I'm an expert on the subject because I own one of the companies that make anti-stuttering devices. I've tried to avoid bias but let me know if I missed something. For example, the article should have a picture of an anti-stuttering device, but the only pictures I have are of my company's devices. Also the list of companies in the final section should have links to the companies' websites, but I'm not sure if Wikipedia policy forbids or just discourages links to commercial websites.--TDKehoe 22:56, 14 September 2007 (UTC)

I appreciate honesty in stating your conflict of interest with this article, which I think generally is a useful addition to the encyclopedia. However, I am very uncomfortable with the inclusion of so much information about your products (which make them look good) and one other product (which makes them look somewhat bad) and very little about the others. In my mind it would be appropriate for each of the products to have entries of approximately the same length and containing approximately the same type of content, (ie very brief description without all the efficacy data) which would help avoid accusations of advertising and COI editing.--Slp1 14:00, 15 September 2007 (UTC)