International traditional physicians exchange experiences in Hanoi

28-Oct-2005 Intellasia | 26/Oct/2005 Nhan Dan | 8:43 AM Print This Post

How to combine traditional and modern medicines was the goal of an international symposium, which opened in Hanoi on October 25, and was attended by over 300 physicians that specialise in traditional medicine from Poland, India, Singapore, Canada and Laos, plus the host Vietnam.
As reported at the event, many diseases which are considered to be difficult to cure by modern medicine can be treated by traditional therapies. Participants focused on the recovery of a cancer patient and the treatment of HIV/AIDS and many other diseases that can be treated by traditional medicine, especially by massages and acupuncture.
The event was co-sponsored by the Central Traditional Medicine Hospital of Vietnam and the Hospital in Memorial of Mothers of Poland, and was aimed at finding the best combinations of Oriental and Western medicines in service of public health.

 


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