More like hairdressing than acupuncture

Ward, T. 2011. More like hairdressing than acupuncture. in: Scheid, V. and MacPherson, H. (ed.) Integrating East Asian medicines into contemporary healthcare Churchill Livingstone.

Chapter titleMore like hairdressing than acupuncture
AuthorsWard, T.
EditorsScheid, V. and MacPherson, H.
Book titleIntegrating East Asian medicines into contemporary healthcare
Year2011
PublisherChurchill Livingstone
Publication dates
Published2011
ISBN9780702030215

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