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Western doctors once rejected acupuncture but in recent years have become interested in its effectiveness in treating certain kinds of pain and other problems. A panel talks about acupuncture – its effect on the body and its growing popularity as a complement to Western medicine.
- Dr. Bryan Frank American Academy of Medical Acupuncture
- Alex Knox Acupuncturist in private practice
- Dr. Xiaoming Tian Director of the Academy of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, and Wildwood Medical Center
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