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Japanese Acupuncture - Current Research Current Acupuncture Treatment for Acquired Lumbar Canal Stenosis in Japan

@inproceedings{Tsukayama2006JapaneseA,
  title={Japanese Acupuncture - Current Research Current Acupuncture Treatment for Acquired Lumbar Canal Stenosis in Japan},
  author={Hiroshi Tsukayama and Hitoshi Yamashita},
  year={2006}
}

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TLDR
Although the incidence of minor adverse events associated with acupuncture may be considerable, serious adverse events are rare and those responsible for establishing competence in acupuncture should consider how to reduce these risks.
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