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Nan Lu, O.M.D., M.S., L.Ac., is a classically trained doctor of traditional Chinese Medicine and a New York State-licensed acupuncturist. He holds a doctorate in traditional Chinese medicine from Hubei College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China, and a master's of science degree from City University of New York. He is a member of the advisory group for Columbia University's Center for Complementary & Alternative Medicine Research in Women's Health and is a medical adviser to the National Foundation for Alternative Medicine. He is also vice chair of the medical conference Building Bridges of Integration for Traditional Chinese Medicine. Dr. Lu has written three books in the Traditional Chinese Medicine series from Avon Books: A Woman's Guide to Healing from Breast Cancer (adapted into the Web site breastcancer.com, A Woman's Guide to a Trouble-Free Menopause, and A Natural Guide to Weight Loss That Lasts. He also hosts the weekly radio show "Ancient Healing for Today's Wellness." Dr. Lu has been featured in Newsweek (special issue on alternative medicine) and was a subject of the PBS documentary Harmony and Spirit: Chinese Americans in New York. He practices traditional Chinese medicine at the American Taoist Healing Center in New York City's Chinatown.