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Regulatory Action against Genia Ilecki Kadile, 27/11/2004
Regulatory Action against Genia Ilecki Kadile

against Genia Ilecki Kadile

The State of Wisconsin is seeking an injunction to stop Genia Kadile, of Green Bay, Wisconsin, from using the title "Certified Clinical Nutritionist" or "Clinical Nutritionist" or any other title that falsely suggests that she is licensed to practice nutrition in Wisconsin. Her primary employment has been in the office of her husband, Eleazar M. Kadile, M.D., who was recently disciplined by the Wisconsin Board of Medical Examiners. The complaint filed against her is shown below. She responded by filing documents claiming that the state has no constitutional right to stop her, which, of course, it does. Despite that, the Administrative Law Judge recommended that the case be dismissed.

GENIA ILECKI KADILE,

NOW COMES the Division of Enforcement of the Wisconsin Department of Regulation & Licensing to PETITION the Department pursuant to 440.21, Wis. Stats., and ch. RL 3, Wis. Adm. Code, that a special order be issued enjoining Genia I. Kadile from using a title which tends to represent that she is certified or licensed in a nutrition-related field, contrary to 448.76, Wis. Stats., and from any other act which may constitute an activity for which a license is required from the Dietitians Affiliated Credentialing Board or another board attached to the Department. The division alleges:

1. Genia Ilecki Kadile, dob 01-20-1944, is employed by her husband, Eleazar M. Kadile M.D. in his medical office located at 1538 Bellevue Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin. From 1990-93 she was a Registered Speech Language Pathologist. Other than that credential, she has never held or applied for, and does not hold, any credential issued by the Department or any board or other body attached to the Department. She resides at 5613 County Hwy T, Whitelaw, Manitowoc County, WI 54247.

2. Mrs. Kadile represents herself as a "Certified Clinical Nutritionist" in literature distributed by the Kadile medical office, and has spoken publicly at seminars in Green Bay which are sponsored by the Kadile medical office. Dr. Kadile and Mrs.

Kadile have referred to her in these seminars as a "Certified Clinical Nutritionist."

4. At a public seminar conducted in Green Bay on December 7, 1995 (at which the above brochure was distributed), Mrs. Kadile addressed the 40-50 people present for approximately 45 minutes, stating that she was a "Clinical Nutritionist." She stated (among other things): "You cannot get all of the vitamins and minerals you need from eating vegetables, fruits and meats and other foods. There is no doubt, you must take supplements." She also stated words to the effect that eating breads, pastas, and other carbohydrates had negative effects upon the body. She distributed written material stating that milk products are linked to ovarian cancer, cataracts, and childhood-onset diabetes, and that they encourage iron deficiency. She represented that a "Zone Diet" was the best way to eat, which involves high protein consumption.

5. On multiple occasions, Mrs. Kadile has made entries in the patient health care records of patients of her husband's clinic, signing those entries with her name and the initials "CCN" by which she intended to indicate that she was signing the entry in her capacity as a "Certified Clinical Nutritionist." These entries were notes of nutrition counseling sessions with the patients, at which dietary advice and recommendations were given to the patients to assist them in losing weight, reducing cholesterol, improving their diabetes, and in other ways improving their health.

6. On April 15, 2003, an advertisement was published by respondent's clinic in The Door County Advocate, a general circulation newspaper published near Green Bay. That advertisement identified Mrs. Kadile as "Clinical Nutritionist."

8. In light of her activities as described above, the use by Genia Ilecki Kadile of the title "Certified Clinical Nutritionist" or "Clinical Nutritionist" has a tendency to represent her as certified in a nutrition-related field.

WHEREFORE, the division demands that a public hearing be held and that the Department of Regulation & Licensing issue a special order enjoining Genia Ilecki Kadile from using any title which tends to represent that she is certified or licensed in a nutrition-related field including but not limited to the titles of Certified Clinical Nutritionist or Clinical Nutritionist, and from doing any other act which may constitute an activity for which a credential is required from the Dietitians Affiliated Credentialing Board or another board attached to the Department, unless she obtains such credential.

Discliplinary Proceedings against Eleazar M. Kadile, M.D., Part II, 27/11/2004
Discliplinary Proceedings against Eleazar M. Kadile, M.D., Part II

against Eleazar M. Kadile, M.D.

In December 2001, the Wisconsin Medical Examining Board charged Eleazar M. Kadile, M.D., of Green Bay, Wisconsin, with ten counts of unprofessional conduct. The charges included false advertising; failure to give adequate informed consent; failure to keep adequate medical records; obtaining payment by fraud and deceit; and falsely representing that patients were suffering from toxic conditions. in November 2003, the case was settled with a consent agreement (stipulation) under which Kadile agreed to abide by the "Final Decision and Order" reproduced below. The order requires Kadile to (a) implement a strict mandatory disclosure procedure for patients contemplating chelation therapy; (b) undergo an evaluation to determine his fitness to continue practicing medicine, (c) fulfill certain educational requirements; (d) have his practice monitored for at least two years by an independent expert approved by the Board; and (e) pay costs related to the disciplinary process for an amount determined by the Board. The prosecuting attorney is also trying to force Kadile's wife Genia Kadile, who has worked in Kadile's office, to stop using the title "Certified Clinical Nutritionist" or "Clinical Nutritionist" or any other title that falsely suggests that she is licensed to practice nutrition in Wisconsin.

ELEAZAR M. KADILE, M.D.,

The parties to this action for the purposes of 227.53, Wis. Stats., are: Eleazar M. Kadile, MD 1538 Belleview St.

1. The respondent is Eleazar deMira Kadile (D.O.B. 1/26/39) who is licensed and currently registered as a physician and surgeon in the State of Wisconsin, license #20408, first granted on 10/1/76.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that Eleazar M. Kadile, MD, is REPRIMANDED for his violations of Med 10.02(2)(o) and (w), Wis. Adm.

Discliplinary Proceedings against Eleazar M. Kadile, M.D., Part III, 27/11/2004
Discliplinary Proceedings against Eleazar M. Kadile, M.D., Part III

against Eleazar M. Kadile, M.D.

In December 2001, the Wisconsin Medical Examining Board charged Eleazar M. Kadile, M.D., of Green Bay, Wisconsin, with ten counts of unprofessional conduct. The charges included false advertising; failure to give adequate informed consent; failure to keep adequate medical records; obtaining payment by fraud and deceit; and falsely representing that patients were suffering from toxic conditions. in November 2003, the case was settled with a consent agreement (stipulation) under which Kadile agreed to abide by a Final Decision and Order that requires him to (a) implement a strict mandatory disclosure procedure for patients contemplating chelation therapy; (b) undergo an evaluation to determine his fitness to continue practicing medicine, (c) fulfill certain educational requirements; (d) have his practice monitored for at least two years by an independent expert approved by the Board; and (e) pay costs related to the disciplinary process for an amount determined by the Board.

http://www.quackwatch.org/11Ind/kadile.html, 15/7/2012
Eleazar M. Kadile, M.D.

In December 2001, the Wisconsin Medical Examining Board charged Eleazar M. Kadile, M.D., of Green Bay, Wisconsin, with ten counts of unprofessional conduct. The charges, which are detailed in the document below, include false advertising; failure to give adequate informed consent; failure to keep adequate medical records; obtaining payment by fraud and deceit; and falsely representing that patients were suffering from toxic conditions. Proceedings in front of an Administrative Law Judge began in October 2002.

In November 2003, the case was settled with a consent agreement that requires Kadile to (a) implement a strict mandatory disclosure procedure for patients contemplating chelation therapy; (b) undergo an evaluation to determine his fitness to continue practicing medicine, (c) fulfill certain educational requirements; (d) have his practice monitored for at least two years by an independent expert approved by the Board; and (e) pay costs related to the disciplinary process for an amount determined by the Board.

ELEAZAR M. KADILE, M.D.,

1. The respondent is Eleazar deMira Kadile (D.O.B. 1/26/39) who is licensed and currently registered as a physician and surgeon in the State of Wisconsin, license #20408, first granted on 10/1/76.

A Response to Tim Bolen, 30/7/2015
Bolen was also involved in the defense of Eleazar M. Kadile, M.D., a chelation therapist in Wisconsin who was charged with false advertising; failure to give adequate informed consent; failure to keep adequate medical records; obtaining payment by fraud and deceit; and falsely representing that patients were suffering from toxic conditions . The case was settled with a consent agreement that requires Kadile to (a) implement a mandatory disclosure procedure for patients contemplating chelation therapy; (b) undergo an evaluation to determine his fitness to continue practicing medicine, (c) fulfill certain educational requirements; (d) have his practice monitored for at least two years by an independent expert approved by the Board; and (e) pay $15,000 for costs related to the disciplinary process.

In 2001, after learning that the Florida Board of Dentistry had asked Robert S. Baratz, MD, DDS, PhD, to provide expert testimony against Dr. Phillips, Bolen issued a series of libelous reports claiming that Baratz was emotionally unstable, had committed perjury, and had misrepresented many of his credentials in order to market himself as an expert witness. Most of these messages were republished by Clark supporters on Web sites, in news group postings, and in other e-mail messages. In 2003, Bolen began "helping" Dr. Kadile's defense by issuing further lies about Dr. Baratz.

Disciplinary proceedings against Eleazar M. Kadile, M.D. Quackwatch Web site, posted Feb 10, 2003.

Promoters of Questionable Methods, 22/4/2017
Eleazer M. Kadile, MD *

Regulatory Actions against Chelation Therapists, 1/1/2017
Eleazar M. Kadile, MD

Regulatory Actions Related to the Use of Desiccated (Armour) Thyroid, 23/12/2016
Eleazer Kadile, MD

Regulatory Actions against AAEM Members, 24/11/2016
Eleazar Kadile, MD

Why Chelation Therapy Should Be Avoided, 14/5/2004
Discliplinary Proceedings against Eleazar M. Kadile, M.D.

Part I: Charges

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