Nov 2, 2011: Hepatitis C and Related Complications
Haihe Tian, A.P., MD (China), Ph.D, has studied Chinese medicine in Beijing University of Chinese Medicine and Pharmacology for 11 years and graduated with Ph.D. He was trained under some of the most highly recognized and revered traditional Chinese medicine physicians in China. He began practicing and teaching Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture in America in 1997. Since then he has held many different professional positions such as board member of AAOM, committee member of doctoral program of CCAOM, and ACAOM site visitor. He has published various professional papers and over 20 medical books.
03/26/12: TCM treatment for polycystic ovarian syndrome and its Complications
Jiling Hu, L.Ac., MD (China) received her medical degree from Hubei University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (HUTCM) in Wuhan, China. She completed her residency at HUTCM Affiliated Hospital where she focused her training in Gynecology and Internal Medicine. Soon after finishing her residency, Dr. Hu entered graduate school at the prestigious Bejing University of TCM and the world-renowned Dong Zhi Men Hospital and became an attending physician at China Japan Friendship Hospital in Beijing. She is currently a practitioner and professor at Yo San University in Los Angeles CA.
02/27/12: TCM and acupuncture for diabetes
Huabing Wen, L.Ac., M.D. (China) graduated from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine and served as physician-in-charge at the University’s Department of Internal Medicine. He has conducted research in stroke and diabetes treatment with TCM, and published several papers. His private practice in Los Angeles specializes in internal medicine, with a focus on cancer and diabetes and related conditions. His scientific publications involve various areas such as diabetes, hypertension, stroke, and integrative chemotherapy with TCM therapy. In addition to his private practice in Beverly Hills, he currently serves as a faculty member of the Masters programs at both Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Emperor’s College of Oriental Medicine.