Posted September 21, 2018 17:15:56 A new book is calling into question the role of traditional Chinese Medicine in treating health problems in China.
The book, titled When Your Body is a Sanctuary: Chinese Medical Practices in Western Medicine, is by Dr Michael J. Oren, MD, professor of internal medicine at the University of Utah.
Dr Oren says he’s “devastated” by the treatment of patients with tuberculosis in China, which is “unprecedented” and “deeply troubling”.
He argues that the treatment is not being offered as “standard and accepted” medicine in the West, but is instead being used to treat illnesses in China as “a matter of life and death”.
“In my view, it is not only morally wrong but scientifically wrong,” he told The West Australian.
Dr Michael Oren is an expert in Chinese medicine and has a special interest in traditional Chinese medicines.
He says the treatment could be a “game-changer” for patients in China who suffer from tuberculosis.
“The treatment is called ‘sanctuary medicine’, which means that it’s not necessarily an alternative to standard and accepted medical treatment,” Dr Ohen said.
“I think it is an example of a type of medical therapy that’s completely out of the norm, and it’s very rare.” “
Dr Oen says that patients should seek out the care of Chinese medical practitioners. “
I think it is an example of a type of medical therapy that’s completely out of the norm, and it’s very rare.”
Dr Oen says that patients should seek out the care of Chinese medical practitioners.
“When you see the symptoms and then you see that the person has TB they’re probably not going to die in the hospital,” he said.
The title of the book is a reference to Chinese medicine’s use of opium poppies, which were used in traditional medicine for thousands of years.
The traditional Chinese treatment of TB was “reminiscent of the drug use in the early days of Chinese Buddhism”, Dr Oeren said.
But the book argues that traditional Chinese therapies could actually be a game-changer for the treatment.
“This is a way of putting it, in my opinion, to a broader audience: If you have tuberculosis, if you have a chronic illness, you might be able to benefit from traditional Chinese medical treatments,” Dr Michael said.
Dr. Oen is an internationally known advocate for the use of traditional medicine.
He has appeared on national television programs such as The Oprah Winfrey Show and has been the host of a popular Chinese-language radio show on the state-owned Radio Free Asia.
Dr Dr Olen says that the treatments could be “game changers” for TB patients.
“Traditional Chinese medicine is not something that’s used by Western medicine in general,” he explained.
“It’s not a treatment that’s popular, it doesn’t have popularity in the U.S. or anywhere else.”
He said traditional Chinese medicinal techniques were “not only morally right but scientifically right”.
He said that traditional China was also “a culture with a very strong sense of justice and fairness”.
Dr Ouren also said that he had spoken with Dr Oden on the phone.
“He has a strong connection with Western medicine,” Dr Jern said.
He added that “the use of these traditional Chinese techniques in the treatment and prevention of tuberculosis is a major game changer for TB treatment in China.” “
At this point in time, traditional Chinese treatments are being developed in China and it is hoped that these treatments will be widely adopted and used by all.”
He added that “the use of these traditional Chinese techniques in the treatment and prevention of tuberculosis is a major game changer for TB treatment in China.”
In a press release, Dr Osten said the book would be released in Australia in October.
Dr Jennie Oren said Dr Oens work was “a major contribution to the international health system”.
“I know the treatment can help people, especially those who have chronic illnesses, who have not been treated by conventional medicine,” she said.