What alternative health

practitioners might not tell you



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"Taken as a group, reviews of clinical studies published since 1990 on the clinical efficacy of acupuncture do not support the notion that acupuncture is effective for any variety of conditions and cast doubt on efficacy for some specific conditions for which acupuncture has been reported as effective." Report on 'A review of the evidence for the clinical efficacy of human acupuncture' by David Ramey and Wallace Sampson, Scientific Review of Alternative Medicine (2001) [Reported in Focus on Alternative and Complementary Medicine — FACT]