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Lee, M. S., Kim, K. H., Shin, B. C., Choi, S. M., & Ernst, E. (2009). Acupuncture for treating hot flushes in men with prostate cancer: a systematic review. N/A, N/A(Hot Flashes).
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Dodin, S., Blanchet, C., Marc, I., Ernst, E., Wu, T., Vaillancourt, C., et al. (2013). Acupuncture for menopausal hot flushes.
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Frisk, J., Carlhall, S., Kallstrom, A. C., Lindh-Astrand, L., Malmstrom, A., & Hammar, M. (2008). Long-term follow-up of acupuncture and hormone therapy on hot flushes in women with breast cancer: a prospective, randomized, controlled multicenter trial (Vol. 11). 45, 12 Weeks(Breast Neoplasms).
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Liljegren, A., Gunnarsson, P., Landgren, B. M., Robeus, N., Johansson, H., & Rotstein, S. (2012). Reducing vasomotor symptoms with acupuncture in breast cancer patients treated with adjuvant tamoxifen: a randomized controlled trial (Vol. 135). 74, 5 Weeks(Breast Neoplasms).
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Nedstrand, E., Wijma, K., Wyon, Y., & Hammar, M. (2005). Vasomotor symptoms decrease in women with breast cancer randomized to treatment with applied relaxation or electro-acupuncture: a preliminary study (Vol. 8). 38, 12 Weeks(Hot Flashes).
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Nedstrand, E., Wyon, Y., Hammar, M., & Wijma, K. (2006). Psychological well-being improves in women with breast cancer after treatment with applied relaxation or electro-acupuncture for vasomotor symptom (Vol. 27). 31, 12 Weeks(Hot Flashes).
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Walker, E. M., Rodriguez, A. I., Kohn, B., Ball, R. M., Pegg, J., Pocock, J. R., et al. (2010). Acupuncture versus venlafaxine for the management of vasomotor symptoms in patients with hormone receptor-positive breast cancer: a randomized controlled trial (Vol. 28). 50, 12 Weeks(Hot Flashes).
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