2021/12/01 COVID-19 treatment with traditional Chinese medicine

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— Global efforts to stop the Omicron variant from spreading as the WHO looks to step up cooperation on pandemics. A Chinese research pioneer talks about ways to stop new variants in their tracks, with better vaccines and governance.

— Is traditional Chinese medicine a viable alternative to combatting COVID-19? A pharmaceutical studies professor tells us why TCM works.

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