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New LA BioMed study offers answers for why acupuncture may help people with chronic pain

22:20 EDT 29 Jun 2017 | News-Medical.net

The use of acupuncture to treat pain dates back to the earliest recorded history in China. Despite centuries of acupuncture, it's still not clear why this method of applying and stimulating tiny needles at certain points on the body can relieve pain.

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