‘Medical Act does not ‘allow ozone therapy’

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  • Wednesday, 30 Nov 2005

OZONE therapy, which is supposed to be able to treat certain illnesses, is not allowed under the Medical Act. 

The Health Ministry would check on its emergence in the country, Health Ministry parliamentary secretary Lee Kah Choon said in response to MPs who pointed out that the therapy was increasingly popular here. 

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