Criminaliteit en traditionele Chinese medicijnen

Article Dutch; Flemish OPEN
van Uhm, Daan;
(2014)

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is deeply rooted in the Chinese culture. Although thousands of animal and plant species are used for medicines legally, some medications contain more sinister elements; illegal animal or plant ingredients of protected species. What is ... View more
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