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Vol 3 Issue 2 - Summer 2008

  • The Separation of Yin and Yang - Part One
    by Ross Rosen and Brandt Stickley

  • Acupuncture Point Function
    by Lonny Jarrett

  • Clinical Trials and Randomised Controlled Trials in Chinese Herbal Medicine: A Historical and Contemporary Review - Part One
    by Zhaoxiang Bian and David Moher

  • Acupuncture vs Botox: How does Acupuncture compare to Botulinum Neurotoxin A for cosmetic purposes?
    by Sam Corban

  • An Insight into Integrated Veterinary Practice
    by Karen Goldrick

  • Effective Use of Mild Acting Herbs X. Xia Ku Cao (Prunella)
    by Subhuti Dharmananda

  • Book Review: Acupuncture Research: Strategies for establishing an evidence base. Edited by H MacPherson, R Hammerschlag, G Lewith and R Schnyer
    by David Mayor


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