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More on the funding of acupuncture quackery by Medicaid

A few weeks ago, I described how acupuncture advocates appeared to have successfully snookered the Ohio Medicaid program into funding the quackery that is acupuncture for Medicaid recipients. Now, they're poised to go beyond Ohio The post More on the funding of acupuncture quackery by Medicaid appeared first on RESPECTFUL INSOLENCE.
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