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Injured Troops Turn To Air Force Acupuncture Clinic

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Injured Troops Turn To Air Force Acupuncture Clinic

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Injured Troops Turn To Air Force Acupuncture Clinic

Injured Troops Turn To Air Force Acupuncture Clinic

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U.S. military doctors have traditionally relied on painkillers and other Western medicine to treat injured soldiers. But one branch of the armed forces is leading the way in using acupuncture to help soldiers manage chronic pain.

Stephanie Marudas for member station WHYY.

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