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Coronavirus: How helpful is Traditional Chinese Medicine for fighting the disease?

By DW
12 February 2020   |   11:18 am
As China races to find a cure for the coronavirus, some doctors and individuals are turning to traditional approaches to treat the symptoms. But some experts warn against relying solely on Traditional Chinese Medicine.

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