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    Herbs in Medicine: Nobel prize shines light on herbal origins of effective 'new' medicines

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    START DATE 14 December 2015
    START TIME 04:30pm
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    Middlesex University, The Burroughs, London NW44BT

    END DATE 14 December 2015
    END TIME 06:30pm

    The Department of Mental Health, Social Work and Integrative Medicine presents the next in a series of evening seminars.

    Speakers: 
    Kaicun Zao, Programme Leader for Traditional Chinese Medicine 
    Qikan Yin, Practitioner and Clinical Tutor for Traditional Chinese Medicine at the Park Clinic
    Lucy Blunden, Western Medical Herbalist and Dispenser for the Park Clinic 
    Jasmin Mulvey, Western Medical Herbalist and Dispenser for the Park Clinic 

    From noble lives to Nobel prizes, a seminar highlighting the achievements and successes rooted in the rich history of traditional medicine.  

    How today's scientific potentials have led to the discovery and development of globally renowned highly effective medicines in both traditional and allopathic fields.

    Click here to book your place, or contact Alfonzo Pezzella with any queries.

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