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Dynamic Chiropractic – July 28, 1997, Vol. 15, Issue 16

Dynamic Chiropractic & Chiro-Journal Form Editorial Alliance

Japanese "Chiropractic Report" to Begin in September

By Editorial Staff
TOKYO -- As the chiropractic profession continues to expand worldwide, staying current on chiropractic matters becomes a real challenge. Actions of DCs in one country can significantly affect chiropractic in other parts of the world. Whether it's the latest research, legislative breakthroughs, or just new ways of addressing common problems, chiropractic is a globally interdependent profession.

The Chiro-Journal is one of the most widely read publications in Japan. Although there are still relatively few graduate DCs in Japan, the Chiro-Journal has a circulation of over 20,000.

In an effort to share chiropractic news between Japan and North America, Dynamic Chiropractic and the Chiro-Journal Japan have formed an editorial alliance. Dynamic Chiropractic is allowing the Chiro-Journal to translate and republish some of our articles and information. In return, the Chiro-Journal Editor Miyako Sakurai will be writing a "Japanese Chiropractic Report" to be published quarterly for readers of Dynamic Chiropractic.

This editorial alliance was made possible during a meeting in Tokyo with Mr. Shinji Saitoh, director of Kagaku Shimbun-sha Co., Ltd., the company that publishes the Chiro-Journal. Mr. Saitoh graciously agreed to keep DC readers up-to-date on chiropractic events in Japan.

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