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The history of Chinese medicine seems to be coming to the fore, for in 1932 there appeared from the Tientsin Press the large work by K. Chimin Wong, who was formerly lecturer on medical history at the National Central University, and Wu Lien-teh, director of the Manchurian Plague Prevention Commission. This large work has now been supplemented by this excellent little book, one of the justly popular Clio Series by William R. Morse, the dean of the Medical School of West China Union University.
The book very wisely starts off with an account of the Chinese natural philosophy and this
Clio Medica—Chinese Medicine.. Ann Intern Med. 1934;7:1460. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-7-11-1460_1
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