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More Information on Device Promotion

Letter to the Texas Medical Board regarding the LipoTron Device

August 1, 2012

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Public Citizen calls upon the Texas Medical Board to promptly investigate 11 physicians who are actively promoting and using the LipoTron medical device, which has not been cleared or approved by the Food and Drug Administration.

September 18, 2012, Preliminary responses from the Texas Medical Board

September 24, 2012, Second response letter from the Texas Medical Board

April 22, 2013, Texas Medical Board notification of dismissal of cases

April 26, 2013, Texas Medical Board notification of dismissal of cases

June 24, 2013, Texas Medical Board Investigation Findings and Remedial Plan for Dr. Anna Maria Rosinska

June 24, 2013, Texas Medical Board Investigation Findings and Remedial Plan for Dr. Edward Bruce McClendon

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