Autologous blood therapy: Is reinjecting your own blood beneficial?

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All it takes are two little jabs. The first draws some blood from you, and the second reinjects it intramuscularly. Called autologous blood therapy, also known as autohaemotherapy, the procedure is said to activate your body’s self-healing powers by means of external stimuli. It sounds like a simple way to feel better, but does it really work? There’s no conclusive answer, unfortunately, since convincing evidence from large-scale studies is lacking. But we’ve asked experts to clear up some other questions about autologous blood therapy. What can the therapy be used to treat? “Allergies and ski…

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