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 to describe dregs with currently accepted medical uses.
 54 FR 53783 (December 29_ 1989):
 1. Scientifically determined and accepted knowledge of its
 2. The toxicology and pharmacology of the substance in
 3o Establishment of its effectiveness in humans through
 scientifically designed clinical trials;
 4. General availability of the substance and information
 regarding the substance and its user
 5. Recognition of its clinical use in generally accepted
 pharmacopeias medical references, journals or
 6. Specific indications for the treatment of recognized
 7. Recognition of the use of the substance by
 ..... organizations or associations of physicians; and
 8. Recognition and use of the substance by a substantial
 segment of the medical practitieners in the United
 Some uncertainty remains over the precise meaning and
 application of parts of this test. Therefore_ the Court of
 Appeals for the District of Columbia circuit remanded these
 proceedings for a further explanation° In addition to
 addressing those parts of the test tlnat concerned the Court
 of Appeals_ it would be useful to clarify the entire tests
 pinpoint its origins_ and identify wi_ich elements are both
 necessary and sufficient to estabiisln a prima facie case of
 currently accepted medical use. Thi:s is not an effort to
 change the substantive law. The statutory meaning of
 ./_'_._ currently accepted medical use remains the same as enacted

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