Constitutional Conditional Acupuncture (CCA) is a novel style of acupuncture based on traditional Chinese, Korean and Indian medical texts and practices. While effective in the treatment of a broad range of health conditions, it appears to be remarkably useful in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer - treating the illness itself in addition to relieving the presenting symptoms and the side-effects of orthodox medical treatment.
This article presents protocols for treating cancer on the basis of constitutional diagnosis, and describes a pulse diagnostic signal that correlates with metastatic activity. The encouraging results of a pilot study of ten cases from the clinical practice of the author are reported.
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