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Table 7 Studies on effect/benefit of chiropractic primary or early secondary prevention that could not be obtained in a systematic review

From: Effect of chiropractic treatment on primary or early secondary prevention: a systematic review with a pedagogic approach

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Vora GS, Bates HA. The effect of Spinal Manipulation on the Immune System (A Preliminary Report). ACA Journal of Chiropractic. 1980;14:S103–105. X  
Masarsky CS, Weber M. Chiropractic and Lung Volumes – A retrospective Study. ACA Journal of Chiropractic. 1986;20(9):65–67. X  
Lott GS, Sauer AD, Wahl DR, Kessinger J. ECG Improvements Following the Treatment Combination of Chiropractic Adjustments, Diet, and Exercise Therapy. The Journal of Chiropractic Research and Clinical Investigation. 1990;6(2):37–39. X  
Hoiriis KT, Owens EF, Pfleger B. Changes in general health status during upper cervical chiropractic care: A practice-based research project. Chiropractic Research Journal. 1997;4(1):18–26.   X
Owens EF, Hoiriis KT, Burd D. Changes in General Health Status During Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care: PBR Progress Report. CRJ. 1998;5(1):9–16. X  
Kessinger R, Boneva D. Neurocognitive Function and the Upper Cervical Spine. CRJ. 1999;6(2):88–89. X  
Miller JA, Bulbulian R, Sherwood WH, Kovach M. The Effect of Spinal Manipulation and Soft Tissue Massage on Human Endurance and Cardiac and Pulmonary Physiology – A Pilot Study. The Journal of Sports Chiropractic & Rehabilitation. 2000;March:11–15 X