Bozhou, China's largest production area of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), is promoting the use of TCM in the fight against COVID-19.
A senior Chinese legislator on Sunday stressed the need to pass on, make good use of and promote the development of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM).
The Zhengzhou Chinese Traditional Medicine (TCM) Hospital is designated by the city authority to guarantee the supply of TCM for COVID-19 prevention and control.
Over 12,000 doses of TCM decoctions are made by the hospital every day to help control the recent spike in COVID-19 infections in Zhangjiajie.
Clinical services featuring traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) will be available in all of China's top-notch hospitals, an official said at a press conference Friday.
The Chinese medical team to Ghana has donated a consignment of medical supplies to a private hospital here in a bid to support the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practice in the country.
Chinese health authorities have issued a guideline to give full play to the role of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) in the prevention and treatment of new outbreaks of infectious diseases.
China has made continuous progress in the preservation, inheritance and innovation of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), enabling it to play a unique role in safeguarding and promoting people's healt
A senior Chinese legislator has called for enhancing the role of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in advancing the Healthy China Initiative.
So far, around 100 Chinese physicians from the 16 medical teams have been offering TCM treatment to those in need. According to the MRCTCM.
To promote traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), Huangdao Hospital of TCM in Qingdao established a cultural base for international students in cooperation with China University of Petroleum recently.
A senior Chinese legislator has called for strengthened implementation of the Law on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) to promote the high-quality development of TCM.
Ruili city of southwest China's Yunnan Province is sparing no effort to control the spread of the novel coronavirus after new cluster infections were reported in late March.
More than 142.80 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines had been administered across China as of Monday, the National Health Commission said Tuesday.