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Chuan-jian, Lu and Chen Da-can. Ed. by Andrea Kurtz. Trans. by Wang Juan.

People's Medical Publishing House


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The clinical practice of Chinese medicine


The Chinese treatment and prevention of the skin disease urticaria is summarized by practitioners and instructors Chuan-jian and Da-can (both: Guangzhou U. of Traditional Chinese Medicine) and other Chinese dermatologists. They also include the clinical experience of renowned physicians, quotations from classical texts, and the results of Western research into traditional Chinese methods.

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