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We both value the research of modern science and the many developments that have been discovered.
We also value the depth of wisdom and knowledge of traditional and classical five element acupuncture, which integrates the many aspects of body and mind.
We acknowledge the information gained from research, and we endevaour to use it where appropriate when meeting the needs of an individual who is suffering in health.
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(2017) Effect of acupuncture on aromatase inhibitor-
‘Results. Five trials involving 181 patients were reviewed. Significant pain reduction was observed after 6–8 weeks of acupuncture treatment. Patients receiving acupuncture showed a significant decrease in the Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) worst pain score (weighted mean difference [WMD]: −3.81, 95% confidence interval [CI]: −5.15 to −2.47) and the Western Ontario and McMaster Universities Osteoarthritis Index (WOMAC) pain score (WMD: −130.77, 95% CI: −230.31 to −31.22) after 6–8 weeks of treatment.
Conclusion. Acupuncture is a safe and viable nonpharmacologic treatment that may relieve joint pain in patients with AIA. Additional studies involving a higher number of RCTs are warranted.'
Chen L. et al. (2017) Effect of acupuncture on aromatase inhibitor-
(2014) A randomised trial of electro-
'Compared to usual care, EA produced clinically important and durable improvement in arthralgia related to AIs in breast cancer patients, and Sham Acupuncture had a similar effect. Both EA and SA were safe.'
Jun J.Mao, Sharon X.Xie, John T.Farrar et al., (2014) A randomised trial of electro-
(2014) Electroacupuncture (EA) for fatigue, sleep, and psychological distress in breast cancer patients with aromatase inhibitor-
CONCLUSIONS: Compared with usual care, EA produced significant improvements in fatigue, anxiety, and depression; whereas Sham Acupuncture improved only depression in women experiencing AI-
Mao, J. J., Farrar, J. T., Bruner, D., Zee, J., Bowman, M., Seluzicki, C., DeMichele, A. and Xie, S. X. (2014), Electroacupuncture for fatigue, sleep, and psychological distress in breast cancer patients with aromatase inhibitor-
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