What alternative health

practitioners might not tell you



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"Mycobacterial infections transmitted by acupuncture are an emerging problem. A high index of suspicion is essential to recognize this clinical syndrome, and strict implementation of proper infection control guidelines for acupuncture is mandatory." Journal of Clinical Microbiology (April 2002)

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Concludes that although the incidence of minor adverse events associated with acupuncture may be considerable, serious adverse events are rare. Those responsible for establishing competence in acupuncture should consider how to reduce these risks. E. Ernst and A. R. White, American Journal of Medicine (April 2001)

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"Although acupuncture represents a relatively safe therapeutic intervention, this case report should remind all acupuncturists of possible and sometimes life-threatening adverse effects." Chest (December 2000)