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How can this site help me?
Since acupuncture and energetic medicine involve techniques that are not dependent on new technology; articles from past issues of AJA have continuing relevance. This site was constructed to provide access to back issues of the American Journal of Acupuncture while we are on hiatus, i.e., temporarily not publishing.
 
What browsers can I use to best view this site?
This web site is best viewed with Internet Explorer 4.x or Netscape Navigator 4.x for either Mac or Windows.
 
How do I submit an order?
We are accepting orders by fax or regular mail; we are not accepting e-mail orders at this time. Payment may be made by Visa and Mastercard, or checks and money orders in US funds drawn on a US bank. Sorry, we cannot accept Discover, American Express, or bank wire transfers. See Orders.
 
How can I get reprints?
  1. Multiple copies of a single article in quantities of 30 or more are available upon request. Please write or fax for details.
  2. Article reprints and/or single issues: Unavailable at this time. However, issues may be purchased as contained within "annual volumes" in two different formats.
    1. Unbound (Softcover) — Each volume contains all issues published for a single year, plus year-end index. Portable for easy use both in the office and for home study or travel
    2. Bound (Hardcover) — A full year of issues bound "together" into a library-quality, hardcover volume. Each durable gold-leaf embossed volume measures 7 x 9-3/4 inches and includes the year-end index.
Are articles available online?
Not at this time.
 
What are the guidelines for submitting a manuscript?
We are currently on hiatus, i.e., not publishing, while completing other projects. Therefore, we are not accepting manuscripts until further notice.
 
How can I obtain copyright or translation permission?
All material published in the American Journal of Acupuncture is protected by US and International copyright law. No part of this publication may be translated, reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission from the publisher. Please send or fax your requests "Attn: Rights and Permissions."
 
Can you provide referrals to an acupuncture practitioner?
We cannot provide this service. Please contact your state or local acupuncture association for information.
 
Can you tell me if acupuncture will work for my health condition?
This is a complex question. Please consult a licensed health practitioner.
 
   
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