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Acupuncture Today Archives - August, 2000 (Vol. 01, Issue 08)


We Have Come Far, But We Still Have A Long Way to Go
  By Marilyn Allen, Editor-at-Large
Dr. Tom Shepherd Named President of Bastyr University
  By Editorial Staff
A Clarification of "Key Blood-Building Strategies"
  By Simon Becker
BMA Acknowledges the Benefits of Acupuncture
Report Recommends Treatment Be Integrated into National Health Service
  By Michael Devitt
Treating Knee Disorders with the Extraordinary Vessels
  By David Boyd
Canadian Institutions Collaborate on Acupuncture Clinic
  By Editorial Staff
How Do You Treat IBS?
  By Andrew Gaeddert, BA, AHG
Ginkgo May Limit Damage Caused By Stroke
More Research Needed to Determine Proper Dosage
  By Editorial Staff
The Energetics of Allergies
  By Heidi Hawkins, MAc, LAc
Treatment of Distal Peripheral Neuritis of Unknown Etiology
  By Alejandro Katz, MD, OMD, LAc, QME
Questions the Associate Should Ask the Doctor
  By Kevin McNamee
News in Brief
  By Editorial Staff
A Medieval City and an Ancient Medicine
Report on the 31st Annual International TCM Conference
  By Stephanie Schneider
An Acupuncture Approach to Improved Breast Health, Part II
  By Honora Lee Wolfe, Dipl. Ac.

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