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Beijing Health Authorities Plan To Combine Vaccination Of Students Against H1N1 With Traditional Chinese Medicine Defenses

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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SHANGHAI - The new school semester has started in China, and Beijing health authorities are planning to provide free traditional Chinese medicine that contains honeysuckle, liquorice and corn mint to primary and secondary students to help ward off A/H1N1 as the swine flu steadily spreads across the city
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