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Three very large research programmes (“model programmes”) on acupuncture for chronic pain were conducted inGermany in recent years. They included observational studies as well as various randomised controlled clinical trials(RCTs). The results from the “sham”-controlled randomised trials and their clinical and methodological implicationshave generated a great deal of debate among both acupuncturists and non-acupuncturists. This article brieflysummarises the designs and main results of the various RCTs from the German “model programmes”, and discussessome of their implications.
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