London: Patients with medically unexplained symptoms could greatly benefit from acupuncture, suggests a new research.One in five patients has symptoms, which are undiagnosed by medicine, and the cost of treating them for the NHS is twice that as of a diagnosed patient.A research team from the Institute of Health Services Research, Peninsula Medical School, University of Exeter, carried out a randomised control trial and a linked interview study regarding 80 such patients from GP practices across London, to investigate their experiences of having five-element acupuncture added to their usual care.
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