American Journal of Acupuncture
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Throughout the past several thousand years, millions more people were helped by acupuncture and Oriental medicine than possibly by all other modalities. After the lifting of the "bamboo curtain" in the United States following President Nixon's visit to the People's Republic of China in 1972, America was awakened to the vast body of healing knowledge and tradition of China. And thus began the quest to learn, understand, practice, apply, research and evaluate acupuncture and the energetic anatomy. To disseminate the results of that experience the American Journal of Acupuncture was created in 1973. As the landmark forum for the acupuncture profession, the American Journal of Acupuncture is the most widely read, peer-reviewed, English-language acupuncture and Oriental medicine journal in the world.
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