Why western medicine is so popular in China

In western medicine, western medicine has a reputation for being the gold standard.

It’s been around for thousands of years, and doctors can’t seem to get enough of it.

But now the reputation is being challenged, as western medicine suffers from a resurgence of infections and deaths among the countrys poorest citizens.

In China, where the number of deaths from the pandemic hit 1.1 million last week, the number has surged by more than 200,000 in the past week alone.

Many Chinese patients, especially older people, have taken to taking western medicine in order to stay healthy and avoid the complications of the pandemics.

But it’s also become popular with people who have little or no access to healthcare.

And the more affluent people in the country take it, the more it has become a popular choice.

China’s health ministry has been trying to stem the tide of popularity with the country’s health authorities.

The ministry has issued a warning about Western medicine.

It says it is unsafe to take western medicine.

Health authorities in the eastern province of Heilongjiang have also launched a crackdown on the popular western medicine brand “Western Medical”.

The ministry says that it will ban sales of the products from July 1.

But some patients say they are still buying western medicine because they believe it’s the only thing they can afford.

Dr Zhu Xiaochun, the director of the Chinese medical school at the University of Shanghai, told BBC News the pandems rise in infections and death are linked to the “cures” that western medicine offers.

“I have patients coming in every day, wanting to take care of their ailments,” he said.

“I can see that people are starting to take Western medicine because it is cheaper, and they feel better and safer than they were before.

It is difficult to say how much western medicine actually sells, because some brands are only sold in certain parts of China. “

They have no money, no time, and have no idea how to use it,” he added.

It is difficult to say how much western medicine actually sells, because some brands are only sold in certain parts of China.

One brand is called “China Western Medicine”, and it is made by a Chinese company called China Medical Pharmaceuticals.

Its brand name is “Chinese Medicine”.

Its slogan says “Chinese medicine is the best in the world”, and its logo is a Chinese cross between a dog and a sword.

It is also made in China.

China Medical’s chief executive, Wang Zhenyu, told the state-run China Daily newspaper that the company would be willing to cooperate with the health authorities in order for the brand to be allowed to remain in China and sell in China markets.

Wang also said he believed that Western medicine was the only way for Chinese people to have a chance of living a normal life, and that China was a country that could provide healthcare for everyone.

However, in China, doctors have long had to use a variety of medications and treatments in order not to infect patients.

In addition to western medicine and vaccines, Chinese doctors have also been experimenting with new medical treatments.

A recent report in the British Medical Journal suggested that patients in China were taking “toxic” doses of vitamins, antibiotics and anti-viral drugs because they believed the medicines would make them healthier.

The use of western medicine also comes with a high price tag.

The Chinese government has been cracking down on western medicine for a number of years.

In 2012, a crackdown ordered hospitals to stop offering Western medicine to patients.

And in 2013, China banned the sale of western medicines to those over 60.

But the government has not completely shut down the business.

According to the Chinese Health Ministry, about 80% of the country is now taking Western medicine, and there are more than 3.8 million doctors practicing it in China now.

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