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Bloodletting has been an important therapeutic intervention from the earliest documented history of Chinese medicine. In this article the author describes the history and development of bloodletting, and explores its role in the treatment of diseases as described in the classical texts Nei Jing, Ling Shu and Su Wen (Yellow Emperor’s Inner Classic, Divine Pivot and Plain Questions).
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