The Colorado Medical Society filed a lawsuit Monday to halt a rule that would allow chiropractors to administer drugs. The rule was created by the Chiropractic Board of Examiners and would authorize practitioners to administer drugs topically, orally, by inhalation and injection, after completing 24 hours of study and a certification exam. The board certifies […]
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