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Patients’ Perceptions on Non-specific Effects of Acupuncture: Qualitative Comparison

Robin S. T. Ho et al.  | Published on 9/11/2021
Non-specific effect of acupuncture constitutes part of the overall effect generated via clinical encounter beyond needle insertion and stimulation. It is unclear how responders and non-responders of acupuncture experience non-specific effects differently. We aimed to compare their experiences in a nested qualitative study embedded in an acupuncture randomized trial on functional dyspepsia. Read more here.

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