Chinese medicine is now a staple of the healthcare market, with more than 10 million patients in the United States taking its pills each year, according to a new report from the US National Institutes of Health.
The agency says the drugs have a high level of efficacy, and a number of them are prescribed by physicians in China.
But the Chinese government has recently begun to restrict its use.
“Chinese medicine is a cornerstone of Chinese society and culture and a very important part of the national life,” said Dr. Matthew M. Guevara, the senior scientist at the US agency who authored the report.
“In China, it is the only available, mainstream, safe treatment for many common chronic conditions, including sore throat, colds, and sinus infections.
The report notes that many people in China have never heard of the Chinese medical treatment of sore throat.
This means that the treatment is based on an integrated approach that integrates all of the body’s functions, organs, and tissues, as well as its effects on the body,” he said.”
Chinese medical treatments are based on the Chinese concept of the medicine-body.
This means that the treatment is based on an integrated approach that integrates all of the body’s functions, organs, and tissues, as well as its effects on the body,” he said.
The report points out that there are about 3.6 million Chinese patients worldwide who receive treatment from Chinese doctors, according the US government.
In a survey by the Chinese Society for the Study of Disease Prevention, more than one-third of the patients surveyed said they had been given Chinese medicine.
But some studies suggest that Chinese medicine, or at least some forms of it, may be more effective than some other treatments.
In a 2014 study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, researchers analyzed the data of more than 3,000 Chinese patients treated in the hospital and found that Chinese medicines had a “much higher rate of efficacy and less adverse events” than placebo.
That study also found that the use of Chinese medicine was associated with “a lower incidence of major adverse events than is found in the US.”
But the Chinese authorities have made a concerted effort to restrict the sale of the products.
For instance, in April, China’s Ministry of Health announced that the Chinese Medicine Research Council would “close down” any research into Chinese medicine within 30 days.
The move came after the US Food and Drug Administration said in April that it would not approve Chinese medicine for the treatment or prevention of COVID-19.
In July, China also launched a new regulation requiring all health insurance companies to include a disclaimer on the premiums for Chinese medicine products.
The law was designed to prevent people from getting a false sense of security by being able to use the products without paying a premium.
“The Chinese government is attempting to make it very difficult for Americans to use Chinese medicine and their healthcare providers are being actively prevented from doing so,” said Guevy.
The Chinese Medical Association has warned that the government will continue to restrict or limit the use and marketing of Chinese medicines in the country.
And a recent survey by Doctors Without Borders (MSF) showed that more than 1 in 5 people surveyed reported that they have received Chinese medicine as a primary care provider in the last two years.
But many Chinese doctors also say they have found a way to bypass government restrictions.
“I’ve tried to convince them, ‘You’re not going to make me go through this again.
You can do it for me.
I’ve had success,” said one doctor who spoke on condition of anonymity.
Guevary said he has also been in contact with doctors who are trying to make the practice work in the rest of the world.