Chinese Official Lauds Revival Of Traditional Chinese Medicine
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
China's vice premier lauded the development of traditional Chinese medicine at a national conference, saying the medicine has broad prospects and huge development potential. Vice Premier Wu Yi said most of the general hospitals in China have opened TCM departments and the nation has 1,500 companies making more than 9,000 TCM products. The vice premier is a strong supporter of the revival of TCM despite an academic debate about the efficacy of the products. (Click here for more
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