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October-December 2020| Vol 3| Issue 4

Special Section on Epidemic Diseases

The cognitive evolution from “Plague” to “Infectious Disease”

According to the Grand Chinese Dictionary, plague is defined to be an acute infectious disease. The Chinese term “infectious disease” is not what it is commonly thought originated...


Special Section on Epidemic Diseases

Comparative study of traditional Chinese medicine and western medicine in the treatment of Coronavirus

Taking the process of treating coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) with Western medicine and traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) as the research object, this article compares the characteristics of W...


Research Article

The plant Cynomorium in maltese materia medica

The search for possible effective local therapeutic agents led to the discovery of a plant that was later known as Fungus Melitensis. This parasitic flowering plant was initially believed to ...


Research Article

The records of anatomy in ancient China

Through long-term observations and repeated practices of human body structure, anatomical knowledge in ancient China has gradually developed from the sprouting period when ancient Chinese hunted ani...


Research Article

Qi, return to bodily experience: A new perspective of Qi and Qigong experience research

For a long period, Qi and Qigong experience were studied within the theoretical framework of natural science, psychology, and TCM. This article reviews the modes and problems of Qi and Qigong resear...


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Chinese Medicine and Culture, a publication of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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