ABC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 28, 1972
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(Studio) Acupuncture clinic closes in New York and reopens in DC.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith
(DC) Patients coming here generally suffer great pain associated with migraines, arthritis, etc., that M.D.'s can't cure. Some patients follow clinic from New York to DC. Clinic closed in New York because state won't allow clinic staff members to practice as they have no license to practice medicine here. Mrs. Elizabeth Kerles suffers from lumbar disc disease; is at clinic for 1st time. [Clinic director Dr. Arnold BENSON - says-most patients on dangerous drugs for relief of constant pain. Clinic seeing patients with chronic problems and getting results over 50% time.]
REPORTER: Bill Zimmerman
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