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Acupuncture Today Archives - July, 2002 (Vol. 03, Issue 07)


Hypothyroidism Revisited
  By Skya Abbate, DOM
Expanding Access for All
  By Marilyn Allen, Editor-at-Large
Fifty-Two Cents on the Dollar
  By John Amaro, LAc, DC, Dipl. Ac.(NCCAOM), Dipl.Med.Ac.(IAMA)
The Spirit of the Matter -- Ethics
  By Kabba Anand, DAc, LAc, Dipl. Ac., Dipl. CH
Over 50,000 Visits in March
Traffic Doubled in Nine Months
  By Editorial Staff
Bastyr, OCOM Receive Approval for Doctoral Programs
New Programs May Be the Wave of the Future
  By Editorial Staff
An Interview with Bob Damone, LAc, PCOM Professor and Chair of the Department of Clinical Practice: Part II
  By Brian Carter, MSCi, LAc
Hepatitis C Virus: The Silent Epidemic, Part One
  By Misha Cohen, OMD, LAc
FAOMRA: Making a Difference in Today's Acupuncture Community
  By John Myerson and Penny Heisler
FDA May Remove Blood Donor Restrictions for Acupuncture Patients
Advisory Committee Recommends Dropping Deferral Period
  By Editorial Staff
Chinese Medical Treatment of Malignant Lymphoma
  By Bob Flaws, LAc, FNAAOM (USA), FRCHM (UK)
First Results from "World's Largest Acupuncture Study" Available
Randomized Trial Phase Now Underway
  By Editorial Staff
Acupuncture May Improve Success Rate of Test-Tube Pregnancies
  By Editorial Staff
How to Praise Employees
  By Kevin McNamee
News in Brief
  By Editorial Staff
Acupuncture Poll
  By Editorial Staff
Putting the "Public" Back in Public Health
  By Beth Sommers, PhD, MPH, LAc and Kristen Porter, MS, MAc, LAc
Society for Acupuncture Research Plans October Conference in Seattle
  By Richard Hammerschlag, PhD and Patricia Culliton, MA, LAc

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