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With reference to Harald Gaier's article on acupuncture and pain relief (vol 4 no 4), to use acupuncture as an analgesic, other than in surgical procedures, is generally incorrect usage unless accompanied by an attempt to cure the illness from which the pain is derived
In response to your article on blood transfusions (WDDTY vol 5 no 4), in 1951, I became seriously anemic with hemolytic anemia and after six months of weekly blood transfusions, I eventually had my spleen removed to prevent further destruction of red blood cells