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Acupuncture improves chemotherapy-induced neuropathy explored by neurophysiological and clinical outcomes - Evidence Based Acupuncture

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Acupuncture can enhance structural regeneration in chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy as measured by nerve conduction studies, which is manifested in subjective improvement and neurological findings.
The ACUCIN treatment concept was developed by acupuncture experts based on Traditional Chinese Medicine meridian theory. It had been successfully implemented in a study for neuropathy of unknown cause before by Schröder et al.

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Phytomedicine . 2022;104:154294. DOI: 10.1016/j.phymed.2022.154294

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