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Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (Boston) researchers find acupuncture effective for the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome, an entrapment neuropathy affecting the arm, wrist, and hand. Results were published in Brain, a journal founded in 1878 that is dedicated to the publication of landmark findings in both clinical neurology and translational neuroscience. Additional members of the research team hailed from Logan University (Missouri), Korean Institute of Oriental Medicine (Daejeon, South Korea), Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital (Medford, Massachusetts), and Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates (Boston, Massachusetts)…

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