By Kim Taylor
Utilizing unique assets, this significant text appears on the transformation of chinese language medication from a marginal, side-lined scientific perform of the early 20th century, to a necessary and high-profile a part of the nationwide health-care procedure less than the chinese language Communist get together. The political, monetary and social explanations which drove this promoting are analyzed and the extreme position that chinese language medication used to be intended to play in Mao Zedong's revolution is totally explored for the 1st time, creating a significant contribution to the historical past of chinese language medication.
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