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By Dr. med. Gabriel Stux, Prof. Bruce Pomeranz MD, Ph. D (auth.)

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The most vital acupuncture issues are essentially depicted topographically on posters. We selected to not use photos of the physique floor as the constructions that are at once lower than the surface can't be portrayed. to make sure a transparent and but special illustration the bones were drawn within the heritage. The image illustration of the meridians and issues are an integral reduction to each acupuncturist, and many of the different types of acupuncture issues are provided in tables at the selector, allowing the consumer to acknowledge an important issues of a meridian at a glance.

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It must be strongly emphasized here that the authors of the last two papers mentioned may have drawn the wrong conclusions from their otherwise excellent studies: they concluded that all the relief experienced was purely a placebo effect, since there was no targeting of the treatment effects to specific pain locations. Yet it is not possible that 60% of patients could have benefited from placebo: as stated previously, Beecher reports that in acute laboratory-induced pain, placebo only works in 3% of volunteers [11], and hence the 60% effect in the acute pain studies [106] could not have been mediated by placebo.

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