Lianne Aquilina plays leading role in acupuncture review on subfertility
Research conducted by a Stamford woman has rebuffed recent claims that acupuncture is not an effective treatment for subfertility.
The British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) launched a comprehensive research review in a bid to counter an article that appeared in a national newspaper.
The council turned to Stamford acupuncture specialist and BAcC member Lianne Aquilina – who holds an MSc in applied health research and a BSc Hons in acupuncture – and the BAcC’s research manager, Mark Bovey.
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