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AAAOM, NCCAOM respond to report on reason behind deaths due to improper acupuncture treatments The American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medication and the National Qualification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medication are collaborating to respond to a recent report by British professor Edzard Ernst, published in The Guardian, claiming improperly trained acupuncture treatments have already been the cause of deaths over the past 45 years.