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Oriental medicine education has made great strides in the West since the 1970s, but clear guidelines regarding the “traditional” nature of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) remain undefined. Classical Chinese Medicine not only delineates the educational and clinical problems faced by the profession in both East and West, but transmits concrete and inspiring guidance on how to effectively engage with ancient texts and designs in the postmodern age. Using the example of the Shanghanlun (Treatise on Cold Damage), one of the most important Chinese medicine classics, Liu Lihong develops a compelling roadmap for holistic medical thinking that links the human body to nature and the universe at large.
Heiner Fruehauf is the Founding Professor of the College of Classical Chinese Medicine at National University of Natural Medicine.
Gabriel Weiss is a practitioner of Chinese medicine and naturopathic medicine.
Henry A. Buchtel is a practitioner of Chinese medicine and translator of Chinese medical literature.
Sabine Wilms is a professional translator and private scholar of classical Chinese medical texts.