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Acupuncture treatment of obesity with magnetic needles - a report of 100 cases

JTCM March 2007
by Wang Bo et al
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Treatment of cervical spondylosis by puncturing both the local and distal points - a report of 76 cases

JTCM March 2007
by Wu Ming
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Warming acupuncture for treatment of arteriosclerotic obliteration of the lower limbs at ischemic stage - a report of 98 cases

JTCM September 2007
by Kang Hongqian
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Clinical observation on treatment of ischaemic apoplexy by electro-acupuncture plus point injection

JTCM September 2007
by Wang Xiaoning et al.
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Acupuncture for nausea in early pregnancy: a discussion and case

ACUPUNCTURE FOR NAUSEA IN EARLY PREGNANCY: A DISCUSSION AND CASE

By Julie Gear

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How to give TCM differential treatment for senile severe hypertension?

JTCM September 2007
by Tao Chunxiang
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