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Dr. Dao, Brenda Strong and Yo San Grads Highlighted at Conference By:

Yo San University Founder, Dr. Daoshing Ni, and Brenda Strong (star of Desperate Housewives, and Dallas, and long time friend of the University),  along with YSU grads Andrea Thorpe and Danica Thornbury were among the featured presenters at the “Fertility Planit” Conference held April 4-5, 2014 at UCLA.

DAOM Grad’s Capstone Dissertation Report Published By:

When Debbie Rodriguez graduated from the Yo San University DAOM Reproductive Medicine specialty program in April of 2013, she knew that the research work that she had accomplished regarding “Forbidden Acupuncture Points During Pregnancy” via her Capstone Dissertation was unique and significant.  

Cohort #3 Posts Another “On-Time Completion” Milestone for DAOM Dissertation Process By:

The Yo San University DAOM Program is proud to boast that it has no candidates in “ABD” status. For each of the three cohorts that have undertaken and progressed through the two-year Yo San University advanced specialty doctoral programs in the Reproductive Medicine and Healthy Aging specialties, every candidate has completed the dissertation requirement on time.


It’s easy to say “Happy 25 years to Yo San”, but the reality is that it takes commitment, dedication and perseverance to build an institution from the ground up.

DAOM Spotlight on: Dr. Lisa Nelson, DAOM, M.S., L.Ac., Dipl. By:

Lisa received her Masters of Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine from Yo San University in California. After graduation Lisa went on to study orthopedic acupuncture at Cedars- Sinai in Los Angeles, while at the same time maintaining a practice specializing in orthopedic acupuncture, and pain management for orthopedic doctors in Southern California.

The Life of a Canadian Yo San Post Grad by Adam Cappuccino By:

The province of British Columbia, which I now call my home, holds their licensing exam only once a year, unlike CALE which is held twice. Furthermore, the process here consists of two separate exams, a written multiple choice exam and an open-answer clinical exam. There are also several levels of licensing. One can either be an herbalist or an acupuncturist, or one can write the Practitioner’s exam, which incorporates both aspects, and then there is the Doctor level.

Commencement 2014 Celebrates 25 years of TCM Excellence By:

The sun was brightly shining. and the spring air was fresh and crisp as the University celebrated the accomplishments of its thirty-four new degree recipients at the 2014 Yo San University Commencement exercises on Sunday March 23, 2014.

What your Face Reveals About Your Health—Dr. Mao Appears On Dr. Oz By:

Dr. Mao’s most recent appearance focused on what Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners can learn about the health of an individual from indicators discerned in the face.

Blood Drive at Yo San By:

The Blood Drive here on our campus was an important event to connect with our community and further the awareness and integration of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) into Western medical practice, more importantly it was another way that we could take part in saving lives!

Crystals, Magnets, Lights, Seeds, Pressure—More about Sujok By:

On Wednesday March 19, 2014 an enthusiastic group of students and community members gathered in the Shrine Room for a further presentation by Joad Puttermilech. Having been a Community Presentation featured speaker twice previously on the Yo San University Campus, Puttermilich moved quickly into audience participation with a number of willing volunteers who related symptoms.

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