ANNE L. RASSIGA, M.D.; CLEMENT A. FINCH, M.D.; EUGENIA C. ENGLISH, B.M., B.CH.; MAN-CHIU POON, M.D.; ROBERT C. HARTMANN, M.D.; RONALD C. BISHOP, M.D.; EDWARD C. ZAINO, M.D.
The health of the Chinese people has advanced remarkably since the liberation in 1949. Within the past few years, there has been new emphasis on introducing modern Western technology into all aspects of Chinese life, including medicine, and welcoming foreign visitors who can observe progress first hand.
We have had the opportunity as a group of hematologists to meet with our Chinese counterparts; survey informally the status of hematology practice, teaching, and research; note the pie valance of hematologic diseases; and explore common interests. Our observations are based on meetings with many leaders of Chinese medicine and hematology including Dr.
ANNE L. RASSIGA, CLEMENT A. FINCH, EUGENIA C. ENGLISH, MAN-CHIU POON, ROBERT C. HARTMANN, RONALD C. BISHOP, et al. Hematology in the People's Republic of China. Ann Intern Med. 1982;96:524–525. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-96-4-524
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