traditional Chinese medicine

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traditional Chinese medicine (uncountable)

  1. The medical theory and practices of Chinese culture, especially herbal medicine, acupuncture, tui na, Daoyin and osteopathy, for preventing or treating illness, or promoting health and well-being; abbreviated as TCM
    • 2023 January 30, Mei-chu Huang, Jonathan Chin, “Clinic raises money for Ukraine”, in Taipei Times[1], →ISSN, →OCLC, archived from the original on 30 January 2023, Taiwan News, page 3‎[2]:
      A traditional Chinese medicine clinic in Changhua County has raised NT$555,000 in a two-day campaign drive to buy medical supplies, humanitarian aid materials and an ambulance for war-torn Ukraine.

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