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Acupuncture can help with cancer treatment

Original post made on May 4, 2009

The Wellness Community will host a workshop on how acupuncture can complement cancer treatment, with Dr. Amy Matecki from 6-8 p.m., Tuesday, May 5, at the Wellness Community, 3276 McNutt Ave., Walnut Creek. This event is free for cancer patients and their support. Call 933-0107.

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Posted by Julia Pardini, a resident of Alamo
on May 4, 2009 at 4:38 pm

Cancer and Acupuncture is like water and oil. Anyone promoting and/or suggesting Acupuncture as a complement with standard and/or high tech cancer treatments should be horse-whipped. It's all you are, is a bunch of self-serving low life...you thrive on the illness of people that will do anything to save there life...even giving you and your corrupt group their life saving, thus depriving them of treatment that may or may not save them. And the fact that the Danville Weekly publishes this misleading crap is very disgraceful. Have cancer, know cancer, live with cancer and die with cancer...then you may...maybe promote your BS about acupuncture. I would hope the AMA would read the Doctor's (and that's a mouth full in it self) comments about acupuncture and cancer and dis-allow her from practice. BTW, the Wellness Community better get their head on right. I wounder if any of them have cared for a cancer patient or even worse, is a cancer patient. Wake up people...the caring doctor is only ripping you off and giving you false hopes and dreams...this is a real low life approach to copping with a killer.


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