- 许家杰教授 Ka-Kit Hui
许家杰博士是Wallis Annenberg 中西医结合讲座教授，现任加州大学洛杉矶分校(UCLA)结合医学合作中心主任, 东西医学中心主任。UCLA 医学院内科教授, 美国内科学、老年病学和临床药理学等医学专业会选定会员, 同时担任世界各地多所大学的访问教授和客座教授。他于1993年率先在美国高等院校创建了一所集临床医疗、 学术研究、培训教育和咨询转介为一体的高层次综合性的UCLA东西医学中心。
Ka-Kit Hui, M.D., F.A.C.P. is the Wallis Annenberg Professor in Integrative East-West Medicine at the Department of Medicine of the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine. As the Founding Director of the Center for East-West Medicine, he is also the Chair of the Collaborative Centers of Integrative Medicine at UCLA. Dr. Hui, a Fellow of the American College of Physicians, is an internationally acclaimed educator and researcher and board-certified in Internal Medicine and Clinical Pharmacology, with an expertise in Geriatrics. UCLA Center for East-West Medicine is one of the first integrative medicine centers in the United States.
Topic：Health for all through blending western medicine and Chinese medicine
Professor. Wen-Liang Lv (吕文亮)
President of Hubei University of Chinese Medicine.
Lecture: A New Era for Traditional Chinese Medicine - The Opportunity and Challenge of Our Time
Abstract: The achievements of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) in a global context will be briefly summarized. The current roles of TCM played in healthcare systems of China, and the rapid development of TCM relating industries will be introduced. The latest research progresses that related to TCM in various fields will be reviewed, including TCM-related infectious disease studies, TCM and oncological research, the combined practices of acupuncture with traditional medicine, osteopathic adjustments, physical therapy, herbal medicine, and homeopathic prescriptions in internal medicine, etc. The recently developed electro-acupuncture and TCM related nano-technologies in Hubei university of Chinese medicine will also be presented. A promising future of traditional Chinese medicine will be prospected.
- 吴传庆博士 Charles Wu
Charles Wu博士是美国食品和药物管理局（FDA）药物评估和研究中心（CDER）的药物质量和药理学专家级评审员，以及药物质量办公室（OPQ）的植物药评审小组负责人。该小组是一个独立的生药/药理学审查小组，是OPQ 直属办公室的指定成员，负责审查所有研究新药(IND)，新药申请(NDAs)，公民请愿(CP)，药房配制(503A) 和顺势疗法药物。吴博士接受过包括中医（TCM）在内的临床医学培训，并获得荷兰阿姆斯特丹大学医学中心博士学位。吴博 士于2001年开始在FDA工作, 任职期间，他因研究各种治疗产品（包括化学，生物和植物药）而获得了广泛的监管经验和科学知识并发表了30多篇期刊文章，包括《PNAS》和《科学》。
Dr. Charles Wu is a Master Pharmacognosy and Pharmacology Reviewer, and the Botanical Review Team (BRT) Lead at the Office of Pharmaceutical Quality (OPQ), in the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) of Food and Drug Administration (FDA). BRT is an independent Pharmacognosy/Pharmacology review team, a designated member in the OPQ Immediate Office, responsible for reviewing all investigational new drug (IND), new drug applications (NDAs), citizen petitions (CPs), pharmacy compounding (503A) and homeopathic drugs. Dr. Wu trained in Clinical Medicine including Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and earned his Ph.D. from the Medical Center, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands. Dr. Wu began his career at FDA since 2001. During his tenure at FDA, he has gained extensive regulatory experience and scientific knowledge by working on a variety of therapeutic products, including chemical, biological and botanical drugs, and has published over 30 peer-reviewed journal articles including PNAS and Science and scientific book chapters.
Topic: Development of Traditional Herbal Medicine to Botanical drug, an U.S. FDA’s Perspective
Herbal/Botanicals are important sources of new drug discovery and development. As of December 2018, FDA received over 800 botanical pre-IND meeting requests (PIND) and investigational new drug applications (IND) with increased submission rates in the last ten years. To date, two botanical new drug applications have been approved in the U.S., Veregen in 2006 and Fulyzaq in 2012. Given botanicals’ chemical/biological complexity, efforts in characterizing their pharmacology, demonstrating therapeutic efficacy, and ensuring quality consistency remain scientific/regulatory challenges. FDA published a revised Botanical Drug Development Guidance for Industry in December 2016 to address developmental consideration for late-phase trials and provided recommendations to facilitate botanical drug development. Here we present an analysis of botanical INDs consisting of a variety of herbal/botanical raw materials, varied levels of previous human experience, therapeutic areas and provide an overview of experience and challenges in reviewing botanical drugs. This talk will highlight the implementing FDA guidelines in the development of traditional medicine to botanical drugs.
Professor Hua Wang holds the position of chairman of Hubei University of Chinese Medicine Academic Committee, director of the acupuncture and moxibustion Institute of the Hubei University of Chinese medicine, director of Hubei Provincial Collaborative Innovation Center of Preventive Treatment by Acupuncture and Moxibustion, also holds a concurrent post-academic leader of Executive Committee of the World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies (WFAS), chairman of the Education Working Committee of WFAS, Vice-President of the China Association of Acupuncture-Moxibustion, chairman of acupuncture in preventive treatment of disease committee of the China Association of Acupuncture-Moxibustion, chairman of Hubei Association of TCM.
Topic: Theory and application of preventive treatment with acupuncture and moxibustion
Lecture outline: The theory of preventive treatment of disease is the standard of Chinese medicine; acupuncture therapy is the precursor of preventive treatment of disease. The best measure is to treat the disease before it happens, which is the highest realm pursued by Chinese medicine practitioners. Preventive treatment of diseases by Acupuncture and moxibustion is the unique advantages of traditional Chinese medicine. We should elaborate the academic connotation of the theory of preventive treatment from an all-round perspective and deepen our understanding of the characteristics of traditional Chinese medicine; discuss the key techniques of acupuncture and moxibustion treatment from the basic elements of "three W" (when, where, and what kind of acupuncture method), and excavate ancient doctors' methods and means of acupuncture and moxibustion for preventing diseases. This paper introduces the research results of "Shuanggu Yitong" acupuncture and moxibustion method from the aspect of clinical practice, which provides an effective method for the treatment of pre-disease by Acupuncture and moxibustion.
Professor Yang ，Jia-san and Zheng, Kuishan, who has been practicing medicine in Los Angeles since 1991, is good at Setting mountain on fire and penetrating heaven coolness manipulation and needling Qi jumping technique. Now, after Professor Zheng, Kuishan, a few acupuncturists can use such manipulation to raise or lower the temperature of local operation site by more than 4 degrees Celsius. Many of their students can also reach this level.
Topic: Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture Treatment of Pelvic Inflammation
Chronic pelvic inflammatory disease is a very difficult disease, repeated, always difficult to eradicate completely, patients are also ashamed to open their teeth to tell doctors, infectious, cause infertility, irregular menstruation, mostly accompanied by fungal infections, the treatment effect of traditional Chinese and Western medicine is not very ideal, the author through years of clinical experience, drew out the idea of syndrome differentiation, in the treatment of medicine and acupuncture has achieved satisfactory results, and now want to be big. Share this clinical experience at conference!
赵软金博士行医逾三十年年，是美国传统医学中心主任和AnFaLa药物公司的初创人。是East and West College （中医学院）创始人之一。著有《From Legend to Science》一书。在大量临床实践基础上，提出了神香温通疗法，通过唤醒免疫系统来治疗癌症，救治了无数癌症患者。
Dr. Ruan Jin Zhao is the director of The Center for Traditional Chinese Medicine, Inc. in Sarasota Florida. He is also the owner of AnFaLa Pharmaceutical Corp. For over thirty years of clinical practice, he has invented and established the Shen Xiang Therapy for Cancer treatment by waking up the immune system, which helps and saves many cancer patients life.
The Role of TCM Doctor Plays in the Current Clinical Oncology.
Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine (TCM) have its unique role in the current clinical oncology. TCM could be used combining with the routine Surgery- Chemotherapy and radiation therapy to reduce the side effect and elevated the efficiency for anti-tumor, and improve the life quality for patients. It also can be used independently for certain group cancer patients who are physically weak or aged. The more important part, TCM could be used to play a great role to build up a sturdy platform to let the chemo and radiation play its maximum efficacy.
Through strengthening the heart-mind relationship; warm and open the heart Yang Qi; regulating the Ying and Wei Qi; transforming phlegm and with Aromatic herbal to wake up the lost immune system, eventually the tumor environment could be changed and cancer will be eradicated completely.
Dr. joseph Yang Brief Biography
Dr. Joseph Yang has the bachelor degree in TCM and master degree in the diagnosis of TCM; also he has the Ph.D. degree in neuropsychiatry in Kobe University, Japan. Dr. Yang is working in his personal clinic, and has multiple positions in the United States in charging of the master's and doctorial education program. Dr. Yang is the president of American Institute of Mental Health in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Dr. Yang addressed the four treatment modalities include ben shen acupuncture, ben shen herbology, ben shen psychotherapy and ben shen conservation, all are based on Inner Classic principles in the purpose of contribution to the mental health in TCM.
Topic: Guiding shen techniques in Traditional Chinese Medicine
Shen and body are in an oneness, this is the one of the principles of TCM when treating any disorder, especially when dealing with mental disorder, i.e. the so-called as shen disturbance in TCM terms. In the treatment of shen disturbances, doctor should know how to guiding shen, which is a historical technique since far ancient time. It means not just matching the shen energy between doctors and patients; also doctors can regulate the shen of patient using guiding techniques. Therefore it will make the treatment more effective and even can reach the best result. When facing with patients, doctors must have to make mental diagnosis, know the shen and shen energy, i.e. shen qi those are the fundamentals for understanding mental conditions in TCM. Shen qi dynamics is the summary of human mental activities, it very much helps TCM mental diagnosis and know how to guiding shen accordingly. Guiding shen properly can regulate the patient’s mental activity, so that make patients effectively and efficiently cooperate with acupuncture treatment. During the guiding shen activities, not just can make the communication better between doctors and patients, also, doctor will know patient shen situation more detailed and accurate, this is the very important point to mental healthcare doctors.
现任俄亥俄州立大学临床助理教授，美国中医学院博士班导师, 全美中医药学会副会长,内科专业委员会主任，美国中医校友会副主席，世中联内科专业委员会第二届常务理事，世中联肝病专业委员会第三届理事会理事, Ohio State Medical Board针灸和东方医学顾问委员会顾问. 从事中医临床与教学30余年. 曽发表学术论文多篇，参加编写书籍五本，中译英中医书一本
Dr. David D. Wang received his M.D. and Ph.D. in China. Currently, he is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Ohio State University and a faculty of the doctorate program at the American Academy of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in Minneapolis, MN. He serves as the Vice President and Chair of Internal Medicine of the American Traditional Chinese Medicine Association and the Vice President of the Traditional Chinese Medicine American Alumni Association. He is an executive council member of the 2nd Board of Specialty Committee of Internal Medicine and a council member of the 3rd Board of Specialty Committee of Hepatology of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies. He is an advisor in the Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Advisory Committee of the Ohio State Medical Board. He has had over 30 years of clinical and teaching experience. He has also published several research articles and books.
Topic: Clinical experiences on the management of pain from rheumatic diseases
Rheumatic disease, also called Bi Syndrome (Bi Disease), is a general term for a group of diseases that have common Chinese medicine etiology and pathology and clinical characteristics. These diseases are characterized by joint and muscle pain, joint swelling, soreness and numbness, feelings of heaviness in the body, joint deformity and stiffness, and limitation of movements, etc. Among them, joint and muscle pain is the most common symptom. Effectively managing pain is an important step in treating rheumatic diseases. This presentation will discuss in depth the causes and pathogenesis of pain caused by rheumatic diseases, analyze the clinical characteristics of pain in different commonly seen rheumatic diseases, and share the clinical relevance of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine in the management of pain.
Professor Zhu Yanzhong, graduated from Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1988. He worked in the urology department of Dongzhimen Hospital for nine years, and has been practicing traditional Chinese medicine in California since 1997. Currently, his main areas of focus are Traditional Chinese medicine practice, teaching and writing. He has clinics in San Jose and Santa Cruz, opens five days a week. In addition he is the doctoral program instructor of California University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the American University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Minnesota and the Swiss Institute of Advanced Chinese Medicine; he also has published seven monographs, “Journey Through the Yellow Emperor’s Inner Classic” “The Daoism of Acupuncture point”, etc.
Topic: Classic acupuncture clinical practice outline
Academic point of view: follow the classic theory of traditional Chinese medicine, emphasizing the objective, logical and practical nature of traditional Chinese medicine.
Abstract: The subjectivity and objectivity of the formation of traditional Chinese medicine, the essence of life, the classic logic, the fundamental of cure. Clarify the nature of the meridian operation; focus on the importance of the yin and yang five elements and their relationship to the acupoints; accentuate the relationship between the six qi, six jing and twelve meridians; use the “seven losses and eight benefits” theory as the fundamental method; clinically summarize the nine Tibetan acupuncture, four sea acupuncture, ”BenShu”acupuncture and other methods.
Professor Wu, Xiong Zhi, Doctor of Medicine, and Director of Physician, is currently serving the tutorship at the Tianjin Medical University supervising undergrads for doctor degree of oncology. He is also the visiting professor at the Chinese People’s Liberation Army General Hospital, and is honored by the Department of Education as an excellent talent in this new century. He has published more than 80 research papers and established the TMR publishing group serving as the Chief Editor (already accredited by ESCI). Not the least, he started up the online education platform in the Tai Hu Chinese Medicine University during the establishment of the “Healthy All The Way”.
Lecture by Professor Xiong Zhi Wu
Research of Breast Cancer Treatment
in Chinese Medicine
Synopsis of Lecture:
o Associated Treatments and Relationship between Activating Blood Circulation to Dissipate Blood Stasis and Breast Cancer
o Treatment Mechanisms for Breast Cancer using Warm-Yang Relief Syndrome and Mild-Warm Energizer to Dissipate Cold
o Research Studies on Clinical and Pharmacological for Breast Cancer Treatment in Chinese Medicine
o Concept of Yanghe Methodology and Analysis of Yanghe Decoction
o Application of Dr. Wu’s Prescription (Yanghe Sanjie Decoction) for Breast Cancer
Bio: Dr. David W. Miller, MD, LAc is one of the only MD physicians in the U.S. dually board certified in Pediatrics and Chinese medicine (NCCAOM). His practice East-West Integrated Medicine, LLC is located in Chicago, Illinois, and Dr. Miller enjoys seeing patients of all ages for holistic and integrative care. Dr. Miller has designed curricula in integrative physiology, and is an active participant and leader in numerous state and nation medical associations. He is currently Chair of the national organization the American Society of Acupuncturists www.asacu.com, and Chair of the NCCAOM committee on Biomedicine. He participates actively with the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture, the Illinois State Medical Society, and other state and national groups.
Topic: Presenting TCM to a western medical audience - what's worked for me.
: Translation over culture, time, and language makes communication about Chinese medicine especially challenging for practitioners. Communication with Western medical providers is particularly difficult, as the overlap in terms used will make a Chinese medical practitioner appear ignorant of basic physiology if the terminology is not qualified and framed properly. Similarly, variability in reporting on the history of Chinese medicine, the literature base, and the core concepts leads to confusion and inhibits collaboration, slowing the acceptance of the medicine into Western culture. This talk will present ways of communicating about the entirety of Chinese medicine using language that is accessible to the Western medical professional. Attendees will leave with strategies on presenting to Western doctors and other Western medical professionals that will promote integration rather than further misconceptions. This talk is a must for practitioners working in or with Western medical providers, and who wish to be effective ambassadors for Chinese medicine in the West.
Bio: Thomas Burgoon, MD is the past president of the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture (AAMA). He is a member of the editorial board of the journal Medical Acupuncture, official journal of the AAMA. He is Associate Editor-in Chief of the World Journal of Acupuncture and Moxibustion, the English language academic journal sponsored by World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies, the Institute of Acupuncture and Moxibustion, China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, and China Association of Acupuncture and Moxibustion. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the International Council for Medical Acupuncture and Related Techniques (ICMART). He graduated from medical school at Vanderbilt University in 1985 and competed residency training in internal medicine. He is a graduate of New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine纽约中医学院. President, Yemeng Chen Ph.D. 陳業孟博士, Program Director Li Bang Zhang, MD.張禮幫教授. He is interested in traditional Chinese medical theory and practice and also in the fostering of meaningful dialog with our colleagues in regular medicine about acupuncture’s value in modern medical practice.
Topic：Recent advances in research on acupuncture mechanisms of action confirm some fundamental principles of traditional Chinese acupuncture
The focus of this talk is three bodies of recent research on the effects of acupuncture on inflammation, gastrointestinal, and cardiovascular systems that have made an outstanding contribution to our modern understanding of acupuncture. These detailed and comprehensive research efforts have utilized a complement of sophisticated techniques including immunohistochemistry, modern techniques of stimulation and recording of somatic, central nervous system and autonomic pathways, along with an array of modern surgical and neurosurgical techniques. These studies confirm some of the most important and profound principles of traditional acupuncture theory and practice and they provide an important foundation of communication with our non- acupuncture medical colleagues about the practice and benefits of acupuncture.
Topic: Discover the Once Secret “Micro Acupuncture 48” Modern Acupuncture System
As a leading specialist in Chinese Medical Ophthalmology and Ophthalmic Acupuncture, since the mid-1990's, Dr. Rosenfarb has concluded that a system introduced in the 1980's called Micro Acupuncture 48 to be one of the best acupuncture for many pain and neurological conditions - most notably for treating eye diseases. Micro Acupuncture 48 is a modern acupuncture system and combines elements from three other traditional meridian-based acupuncture, reflexology, and ECIWO (Embryo Containing Information of the Whole Organism). The system has 48 newly discovered acupuncture points (acupoints) —hence the name Micro Acupuncture 48—located only in the hands and feet.
Dr. Rosenfarb and the practitioners he has taught the system to over the years have confirmed this to be one of the absolute best acupuncture systems available to people with degenerative vision loss and other chronic neurological disorders.
In this two-hour course, Dr. Rosenfarb will give an overview and clinic tips about this exciting hybrid acupuncture system.
Andy Rosenfarb, ND, L.Ac. earned his Masters in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, with post-graduate education at Zhejiang College of Chinese Medicine in Hangzhou, China. Additionally, he studied naturopathy at Canyon College where he received his Doctorate of Naturopathy.
Dr. Rosenfarb is the founder and clinical director of Acupuncture Health Associates, his extremely busy practice in Westfield, NJ. The clinic is internationally recognized as one of the top integrative ophthalmic clinics, and his patients come from all over the world for treatment.
Being a world-renowned expert in the field of Chinese Medical Ophthalmology, having studied and practiced this specialty since the mid 1990’s, Dr. Rosenfarb teamed with researchers at John Hopkins University and NOVA Southeastern University to design acupuncture protocols for the first-ever clinical studies on the efficacy of treating Retinitis Pigmetosa (genetic night blindness) with acupuncture.
Dr. Rosenfarb is an Executive Council Member of the Specialty Committee of Ophthalmology of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine. He has also authored six books on Chinese Medical Ophthalmology.
Sanhua Leng is a dual-licensed doctor in physical therapy and acupuncture, extinguished professor and senior expert in multiple hospitals. He devoted his life to the merge of acupuncture and neuroscience, wrote Meridian and Counter Stimulation Therapy for Pain Syndrome. He advocates Five Body Palpation Skills to diagnose and differentially diagnose impaired tissues, uses manual or needle manipulation, active or passive stretch, cupping, tapping as well as joint mobilization to the exact impaired tissues, combined with body positioning, Biao-Ben Matching, instant effect concepts, to optimize outcome. He believes acupuncture is developing from philosophy-based to science-based subject.
题目：痛症诊治的关键在触诊（ Palpation Skills is the Key for the Diagnose and Management of Pain Syndrome）
1. Secret from evidence-based acupuncture research of standard acupoints and AShi acupoints.
1.1 Fan Xue phenomenon;
1.2 Better effect of Ashi acupoints than Fan Xue.
2. Characteristics of specific acupoints.
2.3 instant effect;
2.4 strong effect.
3. Meridian acupoints, extraordinary acupoints and AShi can be specific acupoints if they match certain requirements.
4. Palpation is necessary to find specific acupoints
Jinchang Huang, Member of Academic Committee, Chief Physician, Professor, Doctoral Tutor of Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Director of Acupuncture and Oncology Department of the Third Clinical Medical College. He is also the chairman of NAAC（China Association of Chinese Medicine oncology innovation alliance）. The fourth director of the Beijing Medical Association. The editorial board of Journal of“Chinese Acupuncture & Moxibustion”.
The conclusion some better results of treatment can be achieved in malignant pleural effusion, malignant ascites, swelling limbs after radical mastectomy, Myelosuppression caused by chemotherapy and irradiation therapy, Perineal pain induced by Radiotherapy, the of Pleural Metastatic Tumor ached, etc. Now working on the effect of peritumoral acupuncture and acupuncture for tumor targeting effect and anti-tumor activity.
The experience of cancer treatments in acupuncture.
Cancer specifically was a frequent, common and difficult disease around the world. Comparing with TCM in cancer treatments, there was lack of doctors and contents in acupuncture tumors treatment. Since 20 years we had studied deeply in acupuncture treating tumors including myelosuppression (on decline in human's leucocyte, platelet), immunocompromised, malignant incomplete intestinal obstruction, gastroparesis, upper limb lymphedema after radical mastectomy, pleural effusion, ascites, pericardial effusion, cancer pain, cancer-related fatigue, cancerous fever and so on. Our team combined acupuncture with new adjuvant chemotherapy (NACT) in down stage of lower rectal cancer treated by anus-conserving operation. In addition, we got effect of surrounding puncture method in inhibition of tumor growth by regulation of micro-environment. We devoted to combine biomechanics with acupuncture in cancer treatments. According to this PPT, we would introduce acupuncture therapy in cancers and complications, also the dialectical methods. Thank you！
《內经》中提到火针疗法的适应证有四种：痹证、寒证、经筋病、骨病。在《内经》时代，火针主要用于痹证。《灵枢，官针》：“九日歼刺，焠刺者刺燔针则取痹也。”又《灵枢，经筋》：“经筋之病，寒则反折筋急，热则筋弛纵不收， 阴痿不用。阳急则反折， 阴急则俯不伸。焠刺者，刺寒急也。”《灵枢》叙十二经筋所在发诸痹痛，皆云“治在燔针劫刺”“以知为数，以痛为输”，可见火针最初是为治疗筋急寒凝之痹证而设的。骨伤科病证，多属于中医痹证范畴，现代临床火针在骨伤科疾患中的应用亦十分广泛。
Wang Zhuxing, chief physician of TCM, graduated from Chengdu College of TCM in 1984, and is the director of the Institute of Acupuncture and Moxibustion of Chongqing Academy of TCM, famous doctor of TCM in Chongqing, the Sixth batch of instructors on inheritance of academic experience of famous and veteran Chinese medicine experts in China. who is also the director of the Regional TCM Diagnosis and Treatment Center of the State Administration of TCM and the Shi Xuemin academician workstation. She has lectured in Italy, USA and Singapore.
She is the executive member of the sixth council of China Association of Acupuncture-Moxibustion, who is also the vice president of Chongqing Association of Acupuncture-Moxibustion. Engaged in clinical practice of TCM for 35 years, specializing in the acupuncture or combination of acupuncture and medicine to treat various pain syndromes.
Topic: Application of Balanced Jiaji Acupuncture for Pain in Spine-related Diseases
This lecture briefly introduces the etiology and pathogenesis of pain caused by spine-related diseases and the understanding of acupuncture and moxibustion theory in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Explain the clinical manifestations and regular characteristics of spine-related pain diseases, and focus on the rules of acupoint selection and acupuncture operation points of Balanced Jiaji Acupuncture, and finally share the typical medical cases
王守富，男，研究员，重庆市中医院（重庆市中医研究院）党委书记、副院长，中国中药协会中医药适宜技术专业委员会副主任委员。先后在重庆市中药研究院、重庆市中医研究院等单位从事中医药科研工作，主持国家和省部级项目10余项，发表论文20余篇，获发明专利 2件，出版专著5部。获科技 成果奖5项，其中省部级二等奖2项。
Shoufu Wang, male, Researcher, is Secretary of CPC Committee and Associate Dean of Chongqing Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital (Chongqing Academy of TCM), and Vice Chairman in Committee of Appropriate Health Technology of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He was once engaged with TCM research work in Chongqing Academy of Chinese Materia Medica and now carries on his research work in Chongqing Academy of TCM and etc. Wang has hosted more than ten national and provincial projects, published 5 monographs and over 20 theses, obtained 2 patents on inventions, and won 5 technology achievement awards, two of which are second provincial prizes.
根据国际糖尿病联盟（IDF）最新统计，全球糖尿病患者人数已达4.2亿，预计到2045年全球将有近6.2亿糖尿病患者。全球每年约有 400 万糖尿病患者发生糖尿病足（DFU）。DFU 是糖尿病最常见的表现，85% 以上的糖尿病患者截肢起因于DFU。据估计，全球每20 秒钟就有一例糖尿病患者被截肢。DFU 患者年死亡率高达 11%，截肢患者死亡率更是高达22%。DFU在中医学属“脱疽”范畴。我们在临床过程中，运用化腐生肌法，采用超声清创术联合医院验方制剂治疗DFU，经过中医辨证分型，分化腐阶段和生肌阶段，通过内外结合调畅气血、解毒扶正、加速腐肉脱落、促进缺损组织生新修复，治疗了瓦格纳（Wagner）分级1-3级患者共90例，有效率达83.3%，免除了患者截肢的风险，深受患者喜爱和欢迎。
Topic：Treatment of Gangrene (Diabetic Foot) with Removing Necrotic tissues and Promoting Granulation
According to the latest statistics from the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), the number of people with diabetes worldwide has reached up to 420 million. It is estimated that there will be nearly 620 million diabetic patients worldwide by 2045. Diabetic foot (DF), the most common manifestation of diabetes, occurs in approximately 4 million diabetic patients globally each year. More than 85% of patients with diabetes are amputated because of DF with one case amputated every 20 seconds in the world. The annual mortality rates of DF patients and amputated patients are as high as 11% and 22% respectively.
DF is in the category of "Removing Gangrene" in Traditional Chinese Medicine. In the clinical process in our hospital, we follow the principle of removing gangrene and promoting granulation and treat DF with ultrasonic debridement combined with hospital preparations. After TCM syndrome differentiation, the treatment was divided into two stages of removing gangreneremovalandgranulation promotion. Through internal and external treatments to regulate qi and blood, detoxify and strengthen the body, accelerate the loss of gangrene, and promote repair of defective tissue, a total of 90 patients with Wagner grade I-III were treated with an effective rate of 83.3%. The treatment eliminated the risk of amputation and was well received and welcomed by patients.
Dr.Tianjun Wang graduated from Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine(NUCM) and completed his Ph.D. at NUCM, studying and researching Acupuncture in the treatment for depression. Dr.Wang was a senior lecturer and director of acupuncture at the University of East London UK. Dr. Wang is the guest professor of Nanjing University of TCM, the vice-chairmen of the Scalp acupuncture committee of World Federation of Chinese medicine, the President of the British Institute of Scalp Acupuncture.
Du Mai is the channel of Brain—Dao-qi technique and its application on Brain conditions
In the last two decades, TCM Brain theory has been rapidly developed in China with great achievements on clinical and basic research. The close relationship between Du Mai (Governor Vessel) and Brain has been graduate confirmed and broad recognition. In the English literature, “Du Mai is the channel of Brain” has been first published in 2015.
Dao- qi acupuncture technique was originally from Huangdi Neijing. In <Lingshu. 34th Five Disturbances > “When one inserts and pulls out the needle slowly, it is called Dao-qi”, which focus on the diseases of qi rebellion or disturbances. Its clinical application with lower frequency, small rotation angle and less amplitude to guiding the qi to the sick area. Dao-qi technique applied on Du Mai is unique to apply on the Brain related conditions.
Professor Nan，Xiang, Doctor of Medicine, and Director of Physician, is doctoral supervisor and postgraduate tutor in endocrine in Hubei University of Chinese Medicine. She is the vice-chairman of the Professional Committee on Endocrinology and Diabetes of the World Federation of TCM. She is specialized in the treatment of thyroid diseases, diabetes, as well as osteoporosis with Integrated traditional Chinese and western medicine. Prof. Dr. Xiang has published more than 100 academic papers in high-ranking journals and worked as the editor chief of 16 books.
Topic: The effect methods of TCM treatment for endocrine diseases
Endocrine disorders play a vital role in whether or not someone develops diabetes, thyroid disease, growth disorders, sexual dysfunction, and a host of other hormone-related disorders. Traditional Chinese medicine has certain advantages in the treatment of endocrine diseases. This presentation will explore the effective methods of traditional Chinese medicine in the treatment of diabetes mellitus, thyroid disease, simple obesity and osteoporosis.