A New Acupuncture Method: Face Diagnosis And Cybernetic Therapy

Tran Van Sen, Leon Jones
American Journal of Acupuncture. Vol. 13, No. 4, October-December 1985.


Tran Van Sen is a medical doctor and registered acupuncturist who received his medical training in Saigon, and at the Academy of Paris, France.

Leon Jones is a professor at Howard University, Washington. D.C.

Note: The original title of “Face Diagnosis (Dien Chan) and Cybernetic Therapy (Dieu Khien Lieu Phap) Bui Quoc Chau” is in use in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), South Vietnam.

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