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Abstinence of Drugs Gained Breakthrough

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    healthy.net Acupuncture Abstinence of Drugs Gained Breakthrough CHINA, Jan 17, 2002 (AsiaPort via COMTEX) -- Han Jisheng, the Professor from The Nervus Science
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 10, 2002
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      Acupuncture Abstinence of Drugs Gained Breakthrough


      CHINA, Jan 17, 2002 (AsiaPort via COMTEX) -- Han Jisheng, the
      Professor from The Nervus Science Research Center of Beijing
      University, has found that by stimulating four acupuncture points on
      human body with low-frequency electric impulse, the resuming rate of
      the ex-addicts was reduced to 70%.

      The four acupuncture points are the inner pass point, outer pass
      point, laogong point and the hegu point.

      According to the introduction of Professor Han, in his research, he
      found that through the stimulation to the four traditional
      acupuncture points, which could change the secretion inhibition
      resulted from the long time drug using, and enable its secretion
      function recover to the state of self-support and reach the goal of
      abstinence of drugs.
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