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Conclusion: The notion that acupuncture is an effective symptomatic treatment for fibromyalgia is not supported by the results from rigorous clinical trials. On the basis of this evidence, acupuncture cannot be recommended for fibromyalgia. Mayhew E, Ernst E. Rheumatology (December 2006)