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Acupuncture Today
January, 2000, Vol. 01, Issue 01
 
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In many ways, the acupuncture profession is divided within the profession itself. Now is the time to put an end to that divisiveness; to begin to stand and work together. This publication is designed to have something for everyone: to help build clinical skills as well as further practice success.

A profession grows and becomes stronger because of the knowledge that is shared between practitioners.

Keeping you informed and up-to-date will be our primary job. In turn, your interests and participation will enhance our efforts. We want to hear from you - in news releases; in articles submitted for publication; and in letters to the editor. Your voice deserves to be heard. Your position has validity.

Throughout the years, while teaching at several acupuncture colleges, I have found it very important to keep up with (and on the cutting edge of) the latest trends in acupuncture. This makes the practice of acupuncture that much more exciting and fascinating. Based on the questions and comments we receive on a daily basis, it appears you think and feel that way as well. You understand that this kind of information and insight is what makes this profession special, unique and in demand all across the United States.

Acupuncture Today is not just our publication; it's your publication. Let's make it work for you.


Click here for more information about Marilyn Allen, Editor-at-Large.

 

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