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Philosophical Differences Between Western and Chinese Medicine:

Part 1: Western Medicine
Part 2: Traditional Chinese Medicine
Part 3: Modern Chinese Medicine

 
Liver Disorders
Hepatitis C
Liver Fibrosis
Alcoholic Hepatitis
Non-Alcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH) or Fatty Liver  
Auto-Immune Hepatitis
Cholestatic Hepatitis
 

Chronic Lyme Disease


IBS/Crohn's Disease


 

Modern Chinese Medicine and Supportive Therapies for Cancer Patients
Artemisinin and its Derivatives
 



 



 

 

 

With Dr. Weil's permission, here is the excerpt concerning Modern Chinese Medicine and it's applications for Hepatitis C.
Try Chinese Medicine:

Because of the high incidence of viral hepatitis in China, traditional Chinese medicine has a long history of treating chronic forms of the disease with individualized herbal formulas. I'm especially interested in modern Chinese medicine, which was developed recently in China by MDs who match traditional Chinese treatments to Western disease conditions.

I've encourage many hepatitis C patients to use herbal formulas developed by on such practitioner: Qingcai Zhang, a licensed acupuncturist and Chinese -trained MD who runs a Chinese medicine clinic in New York City and specializes in the treatment of chronic hepatitis. He uses mainly herbs, which have few side effects and appear to be quite effective: Patients typically report lower levels of ALT (a measure of liver inflammation) within two to three months, plus an improvement in symptoms like fatigue, nausea, and poor appetite. Some patients use these herbal formulas as an alternative to conventional drug treatment, while others say the herbs lessen the side effects of interferon therapy. 

If you're interested in visiting Zhang's Clinic or getting a phone consultation, write to the clinic at 420 Lexington Ave., Suite 631, New York, NY 10607. To locate a practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine, visit www.nccaom.org; I advise working with someone who has experience treating hepatitis C.


-----end of excerpt from "Self Healing" 
August 2002


 

 

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