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Chinese Medicine in the News

Chinese Medicine Compound Has Satisfactory Anti-cancer Effects On Hepatocellular Carcinoma

ScienceDaily — Oct. 16, 2007

Traditional Chinese medicine is world renowned. It has effects on some diseases, but the reason is still unknown. One such article was recently reported in the November 7 issue of the World Journal of Gastroenterology dealing with the great significance of a Chinese medicinal compound, “delisheng”, for the therapy of HCC and its neoteric research method. The research team was led by Dr. Ke-Jun Nan from The First Affiliated Hospital of The School of Medicine of Xi’an Jiaotong University, China. This research will undoubtedly bring comfort to many researchers and patients.

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Traditional Chinese Medicinal Herbs May Help Women With Breast Cancer

ScienceDaily — Apr. 18, 2007

Using Chinese herbs either alone or in conjunction with chemotherapy may help protect a breast cancer patient’s bone marrow and immune system, as well as improving the woman’s overall quality of life.

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On pins and needles

The News & Observer — Sept. 2, 2004

Shawn Jeter hasn’t exactly hated pregnancy. Morning sickness was never a problem. Recently, she played tennis. But by Friday—three days before her due date—Jeter had just about had enough.

“I’m ready to get this over with,” said the Durham resident, who complained of the back pain that comes with carrying about 40 extra pounds in the summer. “Now, I’m to the point where, the fun part’s over.”

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Could Acupuncture Help Promote Pregnancy

ABC News — asd

Pairing an ancient Chinese medicine technique with in-vitro fertilization treatments can tip the odds in favor of women waiting to get pregnant, a new German medical study has found.

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Acupuncture has numerous potential fertility-boosting benefits

New York Weill Cornell physician-scientists — April 29, 2003

physician-scientists at the center for reproductive medicine and infertility (CRMI) at New York Weill Cornell medical center call for a definitive study of acupuncture as a fertility treatment, citing its numerous, promising benefits associated with increasing fertility in women.

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