Innovating Chinese Herbal Medicine: From Traditional Health Practice to Scientific Drug Discovery

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Gu, Shuo; Pei, Jianfeng;

As one of the major contemporary alternative medicines, traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) continues its influence in Chinese communities and has begun to attract the academic attention in the world of western medicine. This paper aims to examine Chinese herbal medicine... View more
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