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March 2024 Newsletter

March 2024 Newsletter From the Chair | The Latest | ASA Joint Developments | ASA Sponsors | State Associations Updates From the Chair Dear Colleagues, As we are only a few weeks away from the glorious cherry blossom season in Washington, DC, I am delighted to extend...

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ASA Newsletter: March 2021

ASA Newsletter: March 2021

As we spring forward, the extra light of each new day brings upward motion and new life.  Flowers are blooming, tree buds are opening, and the feeling of possibility fills the air. Three new committees have sprung to life...MORE

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ASA Newsletter: February 2021

ASA Newsletter: February 2021

“As one door closes, another opens.”  - anonymous This month, we announce two big changes to the ASA. First, the Journal of the American Society of Acupuncturists comes to an end.  After much consideration, Editor-in-Chief, Jennifer Stone, has decided to cease...

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ASA Newsletter: January 2021

ASA Newsletter: January 2021

The presidential inauguration brought a palpable shift into our lives and the year of the metal Ox is poised to deliver a favorable year of recovery, stability, and good luck.  The Yin energy of the Ox will be quieter than the chaos of the past year, but it will...

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ASA Newsletter: 2020 Year in Review

ASA Newsletter: 2020 Year in Review

“Together—one of the most inspiring words in the English language. Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.” – Edward Everett Hale ...MORE

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ASA Newsletter: October 2020

ASA Newsletter: October 2020

Dear Colleagues, As the colorful autumn leaves fall from tree branches to the cooling ground, we are reminded that moving to each season of growth involves letting go. This month, Candace Sarges decided to step down from the ASA Board to spend more time with her...

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