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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.
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(2018) Moxibustion for alleviating side effects of chemotherapy or radiotherapy in people with cancer.
'Authors' conclusions: Limited, low-
Hong Wei Zhang, Zhi Xiu Lin, et al., (2018) Moxibustion for alleviating side effects using chemotherapy or radiotherapy in people with cancer, Cochrane Systematic Review -
(2011) Getting the Grip on Nonspecific Treatment Effects: Emesis in Patients Randomized to Acupuncture or Sham Compared to Patients Receiving Standard Care
This was a pilot study to test the viability of carrying out a further larger study.
Extract from the authors discussion.
'We consider the present methods for real/sham acupuncture treatments and data collection to be relevant for a randomised controlled study of the effect of acupuncture for radiotherapy-
It is important to remember that this pilot study and it was too small to extrapolate from. All the patients were given anti sickness drugs at the same time as the acupuncture was administered (real or sham). Of the five cases receiving real acupuncture only one experienced nausea/vomiting. Of the the five cases receiving sham acupuncture two experienced nausea and two experienced nausea and vomiting.
Enblom A, Lekander M, et al. (2011) Getting the Grip on Nonspecific Treatment Effects: Emesis in Patients Randomized to Acupuncture or Sham Compared to Patients Receiving Standard Care Acupuncture in Medicine June 2011 Volume 29 Issue 2
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