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(I’d love to have the resources to maintain a current and accurate list. I’d love it even more if one of our acu-alphabets used their resources to provide such a list.)
*** Please note — as of October 1, 2014, Florida will require the NCCAOM CHE (Chinese Herbal) Exam of all applicants. If you will not have your FL license in hand by that date, you will need the Herb exam regardless of your school graduation date. Please verify that your herb education will permit you to sit the exam!
**** Please note — as of July 19, 2016, Delaware has an option for an acupuncture-only license.
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