Myanmar To Stage Exposition To Promote Nation's Traditional Medicines
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Executive SummaryMyanmar plans a major exposition in October aimed at promoting development of the nation's traditional medicines. Traditional medicine in Myanmar is a major element in the country's public health system. The government is involved in protecting the existence and development of traditional medicines along with urging practitioners to meet international standards for the medicines. (Click here for more
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