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Using Modern Chinese Medicine’s Multiple-Target Regulatory Treatment for Chronic Lyme Disease


About Dr. Zhang
Upon graduation from Shanghai Second Medical University in 1962, Dr. Qingcai Zhang worked as a physician in a teaching hospital, The Reijing Hospital of the Shanghai Second Medical University in Shanghai, China, and doing clinical and research work to integrate Chinese and Western medicine. He was an associate professor of medicine at the medical university.
In 1980, he was awarded a World Health Organization scholarship, which supported his two-year fellowship in Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. In 1984 he worked as a research fellow at the Wakai Clinic in Nagoya, Japan. A year later, he received a one-year appointment from the University of California at Davis as a visiting professor.
Since 1986, Dr. Zhang has been the primary researcher at the Oriental Healing Arts Institute in Long Beach, Calif., where he conducted research on treating AIDS with Chinese medicine, designed herbal formulas for AIDS patients, and published two books on AIDS and Chinese medicine.
He started his private practice in 1990, first in Cypress, California, and then moved to New York City in 1992. He is the founder of Zhang’s Clinic in New York City and White Plains, New York. Since 1987, he has been focusing on treating chronic viral diseases with modern Chinese herbal medicine, such as viral hepatitis and AIDS, infectious diseases, such as Lyme Disease and autoimmune diseases, such as inflammatory bowel diseases, psoriasis and rheumatoid arthritis. 

Books published: <AIDS and Chinese Medicine: Applications of the Oldest Medicine to the Newest Disease>, <Compound Q – Trichosanthin And Its Clinical Applications>, <Healing Hepatitis C with Modern Chinese Medicine>, and <Lyme Disease and Modern Chinese Medcine>.

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The Role of Chinese Medicine in the Prevention and Control of New Coronary (Covid 19) Pneumonia

A news report of 4/24/2020

Official media for the first time revealed: Western medicine group mortality rate is 10 times the Chinese medicine group! On April 24th, Ren Min reported that “The Seminar on the Role and Heritage Innovation and Development of Chinese Medicine in the Prevention and Control of Covid 19 Pneumonia” was held in Shanghai. The high-spec academic seminar, which opened the first shot to defend the Chinese medicine’s right to explain the prevention and treatment of new Covid 19 pneumonia, revealed for the first time that the mortality rate of the Western medical treated group was 10 times that of the Chinese medicine treated group.

Many of the guests were well-known experts in the Chinese medicine. The meeting in the form of the main venue and the venue video link, invited those who participated first-line anti-epidemic clinical work academician, medical experts Zhang Boli, Huang luqi, Tong Xiaolin, Jiang Hualiang made a keynote speech. President Xu Jianguang of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, President Hu Gang of Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, President Chen Zhong of Zhejiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, scientific research institutes of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and experts and scholars of Chinese and Western medicine in universities of Shanghai and other places participated in the seminar. Secretary Huang of the Shanghai Municipal Health and Health Commission delivered a speech, and Yu Wenming, Director of the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine, attended and spoke. At the meeting, academician Zhang Boli said, don’t forget Chinese medicine, when the pandemic is over.

At the meeting, academician Tong Xiaolin introduced a set of comparative data. There were 1476 patients hospitalized in Wuhan Integrative Chinese and Western Medicine Hospital, of which 662 were in serious and critical illness status. Among them 484 cases treated with Chinese medicine decoctions and 178 cases in the non-Chinese medicine treatment group. There were 15 deaths in the Chinese medicine group and 56 deaths in the non-Chinese medicine group. He said that the risk of death decreased by 87.7% in the Chinese herbal soup group, which showed clear statistical significance.

Some hospitals now have consciously applied Chinese medicine in treating the Covid 19 infections. Beijing Xiaotangshan Hospital treatment it mainly based on Chinese medicine. Shanghai City issued Chinese medicine for all the confirmed patients who enter to the city. Suifenhe City treats all mild, serious and critical patients of Covid 19 puemonia with traditional Chinese medicine. Wuhan’s rehabilitation hospitals are using traditional Chinese medicine to promote recovery of Covid 19 infected patients. It is lamentable that if Wuhan did the same at the beginning, how good it would be!

The experience of treating the plague has been verified for thousands of years of Chinese medicine, why do we have to verify again to go to the main battlefield? The data revealed at this seminar and the living reality of the past few months once again fully illustrate: “It is urgent to increase the proportion of Chinese medicine in the national medical resources.” This is the right choice to be more responsible for the lives of patients and to deal with the medical problems of the 21st century.

Author Ren Ming,  

Article Source: Instinctive System Medicine

Translated and edited by  QC Zhang

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