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State Policies, Rules, Law, and Regulations on EDTA Chelation Therapy

Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 32, Chapter 17 Arizona Board of Osteopathic Physicians in Medicine and Surgery. Article 3 – Regulation. 32-1854.40 Definition of Unprofessional Conduct: http://www.azleg.state.az.us/FormatDocument.asp?inDoc=/ars/32/01854.htm&Title=32&DocType=ARS

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine. Educational Bulletin, Chelation Therapy. Approved June 13, 2001: http://massmedboard.org/regs/pdf/chelation_therapy.pdf

Missouri Code of State Regulations. Division 2150 – State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts Chapter 2 – Licensing of Physicians and Surgeons 20 CSR 2150—2.165 Chelation of No Medical or Osteopathic Value. Pp. 14-15. Accessed 2/07 at: http://www.sos.mo.gov/adrules/csr/current/20csr/20c2150-2.pdf

Montana Board of Medical Examiners Position Paper on EDTA Chelation for Cardiovascular Disease. 2009-05-14: http://bsd.dli.mt.gov/license/bsd_boards/med_board/pdf/edtachelation.pdf

Nevada Administrative Code – Osteopathic Medicine. Standards of Practice NAC 633.340 Prohibited procedures and substances. 1.(C). Accessed on 2007-11-01 at: http://www.leg.state.nv.us/NAC/NAC-633.html#NAC633Sec340

New Hampshire State Board of Medicine. Policy on Use of EDTA. Adopted 2004-01-07: http://www.nh.gov/medicine/aboutus/edta.htm

State Medical Board of Ohio, Policies and Positions. Interpretation of Statutes Regarding Chelation Therapy. Approved 1984-08: http://www.med.ohio.gov/positionpapers/chelate.htm

Tennessee Board of Medical Examiners, Policy Statements. Alternative Medicine or Procedures without Evidence of Scientifically Proven Benefit that are Effective and Low Risk. Adopted 2005-03-01: http://health.state.tn.us/Downloads/g4015060.pdf


Last Updated: 2010-03-08


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