Can Community Acupuncture Clinics Become Essential “Elements” of Health Care?

Here’s a quote from CAA punk, Nityamo Lian:

“Like any small business, it is hard work and there is a huge learning curve for many aspects of business about things that are not taught in acupuncture school. Without POCA and the free sharing of information, we would not have survived this long and we would have made many more expensive mistakes.”


Author: POCAGuestBlog

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  1. What a sweet blog! Thank you, comrades of CCA, for this. (I vividly remember making copies of the original Little Red Book zine at Kinko’s, wondering if this was ever going to go anywhere.) It’s so great having patient members of POCA contributing blog posts!

  2. Thanks Lisa. Our volunteer patient member (and famous poet!) Lisa Gill initiated this and posted it everywhere! One of the skill sets I dont have. Its great. (Although we are CAA not CCA!)