Acupuncture For Bone Cancer Pain

Footnotes about Acupuncture for Bone Cancer Pain

1. Thoresen A.  Acupuncture and cancer therapy.  Obtained at http://home.online.no/~arethore/engelsk/foredrag/kreft.html on 05-26-08.

2. Thoresen A.  Small animal cancer.  Obtained at http://med-vetacupuncture.org/english/articles/an-canc.html on 05-26-08.

3. Kaphle K, Wu Y-L, and Lin JH.  Thirtieth Annual Congress on Veterinary Acupuncture:  IVAS Report.  eCAM.  2005;2(2):239-242.

4. Chi Institute of Chinese Medicine.  TCVM News.  Issue 4.  September 3, 2004.  P. 6.

5. Flaim D.  Worth their weight in gold.  Animal House.  July 16, 2002.  Obtained at Newday .com at http://64.233.167.104/search?q=cache:_jWqyEXHYOYJ:www.newsday.com/entertainment/nyc-pets-implants,0,918948.column+gold+beads+cancer+durkes&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=2&gl=us on 05-26-08.

6. Dvorak RF.  Permanent acupuncture with gold bead implants.  Obtained at http://www.himmlisch.com/goldbeads.htm on 05-26-08.

7. Repeated personal experience and personal communication with other veterinary acupuncturists, 1997-2008.

8. Buridan’s ass.  Defined at http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1O87-Buridansass.html.

9. Wesa K, Gubili J, and Cassileth B.  Integrative oncology:  complementary therapies for cancer survivors.  Hematol Oncol Clin North Am.  2008;22(2):343-353, viii.

10. TCM Local Applications for Cancer Pain Management.  Obtained at http://www.shen-nong.com/eng/exam/specialties_cancer2pain.html on 05-27-08.

11. Sabino MAC and Mantyh PW.  Pathophysiology of bone cancer pain.  Supportive Oncology.  2005;3(1):15-24.

12. Sabino MAC and Mantyh PW.  Pathophysiology of bone cancer pain.  Supportive Oncology.  2005;3(1):15-24.

13. Sabino MAC and Mantyh PW.  Pathophysiology of bone cancer pain.  Supportive Oncology.  2005;3(1):15-24.

14. Sabino MAC and Mantyh PW.  Pathophysiology of bone cancer pain.  Supportive Oncology.  2005;3(1):15-24.

15. Zhang R-X,, Li A, Liu B, et al.  Electroacupuncture attenuates bone cancer pain and inhibits spinal interleukin-1β expression in a rat model.  Anesth Analg.  2007;105:1482-1488.

16. Zhang R-X, Li A, Liu B, et al.  Electroacupuncture attenuates bone cancer-induced hyperalgesia and inhibits spinal preprodynorphin expression in a rat model.

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