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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LtlMUMIUUE Acupuncture treatment still centre of controversy Treatment undergoes extensive research which burst into American con- fornia dental school are testing as sciousness after the thaw in American-Chinese rela- a means to relieve mouth-area pain that doesn't res- tions three years is presently subjected to re- search at dozens of U.S. medical institutions. For in- pond to conventional treatment. At left is a 9-year-old boy whose nerve deafness has improved after 10 dentists at the University of Southern Cali- acupuncture treatments in Washington. WASHINGTON On a recent 40 men and women sat in a cheerful room here waiting for acupuncture treatments for a variety of ailments. They were patients in a clinic that says it treats 100 to 150 persons charging for each treatment. A few were in wheel chairs or on crutches. They had come in hopes of relief from the pain of of curing or reducing nerve of successfully treating dreaded neurological diseases such' as multiple sclerosis. This and other clinics around the United States say they can help 40 to 60 per cent of people with various health but medical authorities say they are unconvinced. Research on acupuncture is under way at dozens of U.S. medical institutions. Even the who have used acu- puncture for are doing similar research. There is general agreement that acupuncture can relieve but no including the knows how acupuncture works. Relief of pain through acu- puncture is well documented. A physician allergic to novocaine says he has pain- free dentistry under with no sub- sequent swelling in his jaw. One enthusiastic Western- trained doctor thinks acupuncture .will be part of medical school curricula in five years or so. But numerous other doctors interviewed asked that their names not be mostly to avoid inquiries 'from people who might think their research had produced answers. WALLACE GIVES UP Gov. George Wallace of Ala- paralysed from the waist down by had acupuncture treatment for a but stopped despite an acupuncturist's declarations that in time he could have the governor walking again. Claims that acupuncture can do something more than relieve pain says Sir John winner of a Nobel Prize for his brain research. Other experts call such claims a cruel hoax. One physician who has long practiced acupuncture in his office criticised big acupuncture they do not offer other medical approaches. the only treatment is I would rule it out. It should not be a market place where everyone is subjected to the same The U.S. government's Na- tional Institute of Health takes the approach that only thorough research will determine acupuncture's medical value. Rain benefits Mont. 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