"i Felt Like It Was God's Hands Putting the Needles In": A Qualitative Analysis of the Experience of Acupuncture for Chronic Pain in a Low-Income, Ethnically Diverse, and Medically Underserved Patient Population

Benjamin Kligler, Michele Buonora, Jonathan Gabison, Emilie Jacobs, Alison Karasz, M. Diane McKee

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