A September 2009 article focuses on how Wu’s Healing Center combines the best of Eastern and Western medicine. Read the article.
ABC World News Tonight
On September 24, 2007, ABC World News Tonight aired a story on the use of acupuncture to relieve back pain. A subsequent program featured Wu’s Healing Center in a report on alternative fertility treatments. See a full transcript of “Fake or Not, Acupuncture Helps Back Pain.”
Creating a Family
In 2009, host Dawn Davenport interviewed Dr. Angela C. Wu for a podcast on Traditional Chinese Medicine and fertility.
In September 2006, 7X7 Magazine featured Dr. Wu and her new book, Fertility Wisdom, in an article titled “The Art of Conception.”
San Francisco Magazine
In January 2004, San Francisco Magazine featured a list of 150 Best Doctors, Alternative Healers, & Get-Fit Resources, naming Dr. Wu as Best of Mind-Body Fertility Specialist. This was a particularly special honor because she was chosen by the city’s top fertility clinics.
Produced through KQED-TV, Healing Quest was a four-part exploration of alternative healing modalities that aired on PBS stations nationwide and other stations internationally from January 2002 through 2006. In a segment exploring Traditional Chinese Medicine’s impact on fertility, filmmakers visited Wu’s Healing Center to interview Dr. Wu and clients, including Dr. Wu’s first “acu-baby,” born in 1981. The segment also explored Dr. Wu’s use of acupuncture, moxabustion, cupping, acupressure, herbs, and counseling to enhance fertility. Read the full transcript.
San Francisco Chronicle
Wu’s Healing Center was featured in a 2001 article titled “Some Pin Hopes on Acupuncture.”
Sticky: The Movie
This 2007 documentary, produced and directed by Nicolas Tana, shattered the myths that surround masturbation. The film includes an interview with Dr. Angela C. Wu.