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Science Strengthens NUHS Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Programs

by Aug 26, 2015

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National University’s degree programs in acupuncture and oriental medicine are unique in that they provide a strong integration of western health sciences along with training in traditional healing arts.

In this video, you’ll hear why third year MSOM student Jacob Suh is excited about learning anatomy from dissecting real human cadavers in the university’s gross anatomy laboratory, and how understanding the physiology and science behind oriental medicine gives him a greater perspective on patient care.

 

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