It’s not hard to study acupuncture these days. A quick internet search will bring up plenty of choices. But back in the 1980’s, it was a different story.
Our guest, like many of us, did not set out to become an acupuncturist. It was a process of fortuitous circumstances that opened those doors.
Listen into this conversation that covers some of the early days of acupuncture in New York City at the beginning of AIDS epidemic.
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