Medicine in Future and Advantages of Integrated Chinese and Western Medicine

  title={Medicine in Future and Advantages of Integrated Chinese and Western Medicine},
  author={Jiang-hua Zhang and Mi-Shan Wu and Yue-fen Wang and Ying-min Jia and E Li},
  journal={Chinese Journal of Integrative Medicine},
The history of medical development shows that oriental medicine, or traditional medicine, was born through medical practice during the times when science and technology were immature and underdeveloped, whereas with the development of science and technology, Western medicine, or modern medicine, was born through experimental analysis and research. With the development of medicine, the pros and cons of both medical systems become increasingly evident. How to integrate them and learn from each… 
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