• Top Infertility Experts from China

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Introduction

Series 1: Infertility

Live Online Seminars
In Chinese with Simultaneous English Translation
10 PDAs/CEUs pending

In the first World Chinese Medicine Forum Series, two of China's leading gynecological TCM experts will lead a series of seminars over the course of five months.

Dr. Biqin Wang will teach "Four-step infertility treatment as developed for the Qing Dynasty royal family over a century ago."

Dr. Yong Tan will share "Integrated Application of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Assisted Reproductive Medicine."

Dr. Biqin Wang

Dr. Wang is a renowned Chinese gynecologist, professor, and chief physician at Dongzhimen Hospital of Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She won the People's Doctor Award in 2016 in China and was a visiting professor at University of Massachusetts Chan Medical School in the US.

She studied under the famous TCM gynecologist Prof. Guo Zhiqiang and serves as the Executive Vice President of Guo Zhiqiang's Research Initiative of the Beijing Royal Medical Research Association.

Dr. Wang has helped over 100,000 women become pregnant using the four-step infertility protocol that was passed down from the Qing Dynasty Royal Physician, Yunqing Zhao.

Dr. Yong Tan

Dr. Tan is a professor and Chief Physician at Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine First Clinical Medical College. She is also the Director of the Gynecology Teaching and Research Department, Director of the Reproductive Medicine Department of Jiangsu Provincial Hospital of Traditional Medicine, and Deputy Director of the National Chinese Society of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Dr. Tan has contributed significantly to research on Motility Menstrual Disorders, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, Infertility, and Menopause. In recent years, Dr. Tan inherited and continued the research of the famous Chinese doctor Xia Guicheng on the effect of tonifying the kidney on polycystic ovary syndrome, endrometriosis, and corpus leutum insufficiency.

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