Letter to Editor NY Times

Letter to the Editor of the New York Times

“Really” (March 12) concludes that the effects of acupuncture on hay fever may be short-lived. My experience is different.

In 1977, after lifelong allergies to grass, pets and house dust, I did a series of acupuncture sessions over 10 weeks. The relief was immediate and has lasted. Whether coincidence, placebo or causal, I know that being able to walk in the library stacks again without falling asleep was most welcome for this college professor.

Source: New York Times http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/19/science/acupuncture-for-allergies-1-letter.html?ref=acupuncture&_r=0

John Merriam
Santa Monica, Calif.

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