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Researchers at the University of Maryland Greene Cancer Center and the John Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center found that the sensation of skin pricks used to simulate genuine acupuncture needle sticks, sham treatments, might be enough to generate natural chemicals that improve symptoms linked to aromatase inhibitors (AI), drugs used to treat breast cancer.
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