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The Journal of Chinese Medicine

Journal of Chinese MedicineChina Books have announced that issue #102 of the The Journal of Chinese Medicine is now available!

A subscription to The Journal of Chinese Medicine gives you access to the most current research and exclusive feature articles delivered to your door 3 times a year. Inclusive of your subscription is access to an invaluable resource in the form of the JCM online archive database (which contains all the previous JCM articles). You will find it super easy to search or browse for articles from this reputable source and download them all in PDF format.

1 year subscription: AU $85 / AU $68 student (Full-time)

Features & articles of the current issue:

The Treatment of Luteinised Unruptured Follicle Syndrome With Chinese Medicine
By Yuning Wu, Celine Leonard, Esther Denz & Michael Haeberle

Introduction to Neijing Classical Acupuncture Part II: Clinical Theory
By Edward Neal

The Treatment of Ulcerative Colitis With Chinese Herbal Medicine
By Mazin Al-Khafaji

Liver Qi Stagnation Turning Into Heat – An Underrated Pattern?
By Peter Mole

The Importance Of Classical Chinese Medical Texts In The Treatment Of Brain Disorders
By Jianbin Zhang, Xiaohui Hao & Danielle Durando

The Development Of Chinese Herbal Medicine In A Western Setting: A Discussion Paper
By Michael McIntyre


Practical Atlas of Tung's Acupuncture
Hans-Georg Ross & Henry McCann

Huang Di Nei Jing Su Wen - Complete Translation
Paul U. Unschuld

Gold Mirrors and Tongue Reflections
Ioannis Solos

JTCM Abstracts 

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