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Experts at meeting evaluate efficacy of TCM

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Research practice guide to the core findings set of traditional chinese medicine It was launched during the annual meeting of the Clinical Efficacy Evaluation Committee of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]

The Clinical Efficacy Evaluation Committee of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies held its 15th annual academic meeting on Saturday and Sunday.

More than 5,000 representatives from China and abroad attended the event, which was organized by the Evaluation Committee and Haihe Laboratory of Modern Chinese Medicine.

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“TCM has developed over thousands of years. The key behind its rich history and vibrant development lies in its clinical efficacy,” Zhang Boli, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, said in a speech at the opening ceremony. “In the face of the novel coronavirus disease, Chinese medicine has proved its strength, building on its illustrious legacy while adapting to the times.”

Speaking of the growing demand for high-quality healthcare services in the new era, Zhang said the federation and the commission can “leverage experts in China and abroad to strengthen research efforts on clinical efficacy evaluation methods, support the modernization of Chinese medicine and industry development, and enable access to Chinese medicine.” To be global and to contribute to global public health.”

The opening ceremony of the China Trial Core Findings Collection Regional Research Center was also held during the meeting, along with the launch of a book Research practice guide to the core findings set of traditional chinese medicine.

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Zhang Junhua, chairman of the evaluation committee, announced a list of 12 regional centers and also made an introduction to the book. Paula Williamson, Professor of Medical Statistics at the University of Liverpool, gave a keynote address on the key findings.

Five academic sessions were held during the two-day conference. Experts from China and abroad who have practiced traditional Chinese and Western medicine, as well as from other disciplines, were invited to share their knowledge and experiences.

Source: news.google.com

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