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Effect of minimal acupuncture for infantile colic: a multicentre, three-armed, single-blind, randomised controlled trial (ACU-COL)
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    Re: Effect of minimal acupuncture for infantile colic: a multicentre, three-armed, single-blind, randomised controlled trial (ACU-COL)

    Dear Dr Landgren (author) / Dr Hallstrom (author) / Ms Knight (Editor: Acupuncture in Medicine) / Dr Godlee (Editor-in-Chief of The BMJ)

    I am writing to you with great concern and disappointment with regards to 1) the original article published, online, on the 16 January 2017 (Landgren and Hallstr?m, 2017 [1]) and, 2) the credibility of the Acupuncture in Medicine Journal collectively.

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