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Announce: Acupuncture Symposium at Temple University

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Announce: Acupuncture Symposium at Temple University

Wednesday, November 10, 1999 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. 


- Sarah Knox, Ph.D., NIH-National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute;
Physics,  Biology, and Acupuncture: Exploring the Interface  

- Ki Ho Kim, M.D., FAAPMR, F.I.C.A.E., President, Kim Institute for
Rehabilitation Medicine; Control of Intractable Pain and Disabling
Problems of Multiple Sclerosis by Auricular Acupuncture and Electric
Stimulator (KIM-STIM)..  

- Patrick LaRiccia, M.D., Presbyterian Medical Center; Integration and
"Mainstreaming" of Acupuncture into Traditional Medicine   

- Abegael Lorico, M.D., Frankford Hospital Torresdale Campus,
Jefferson  Health System; Neuroendocrine Response to Acupuncture for
the Treatment of Chronic Anovulation and Obesity (PCOS)   

- Peter Rubin, M.D., Private Practice Traditional Acupuncture. Former 
Associate Clinical Professor Thomas Jefferson Medical College; What is
Traditional Acupuncture and How Can We Evaluate It?   

- Mary Ellen Scheckenbach-Forman, M.Ac., Thomas Jefferson Center for 
Integrative Medicine; Use of Acupuncture for the Treatment of
Emotional Disorders  

Date/Time: Wednesday, November 10, 1999 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. 

Place: Temple University
Kiva Auditorium in Ritter Hall Annex
1301 Cecil B. Moore Ave.  
(Northeast corner of North Broad St. & Cecil B. Moore Ave.)
Philadelphia, PA

Visitor's parking lot is across the street. The Symposium is free; the
medical and academic communities and public are invited.   

For further information and directions, please contact:
Nancy Kolenda, Director
Phone: 215-204-8487 
Fax: 215-204-5553
E-mail: v2058a at vm.temple.edu
Website: http://www.temple.edu/CFS
Center for Frontier Sciences at Temple University
Ritter Hall (003-00), Room 478
1301 Cecil B. Moore Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19122 USA

About the Center for Frontier Sciences:

The goal of the Center is to facilitate study in areas such as
complementary medicine, bioelectromagnetics, the mind-matter
interrelationship, unresolved issues in quantum physics, and new
energy technologies.    

As an integral part of a major university, the Center maintains high
standards in reviewing new research, while remaining open to ideas
that may go beyond current paradigms.   

Frontier Perspectives, the Center's semi-annual journal, publishes
peer-reviewed scientific papers, along with Invited Opinions, Book
Reviews, and news of organizations, meetings, and other publications
of interest. A cumulative index is posted on the Center's website at: 


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