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Chinese Medicine in Early Communist China, 1945-1963
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Acknowledgements Introduction 1. A New, Scientific and Unified Medicine: Civil War in China and the New Acupuncture, 1945-1949 2. Pathway for the New Medicine: The Unification of Chinese and Western Medicine, 1949-1953 3. Modernising the Old: The Creation of a 'Traditional' Chinese Medicine, 1953-1956 4. Establishing a National Treasure Trove of TCM: The Standardisation of Chinese Medicine, 1957-1963 Conclusion

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Kim Taylor is an affiliated scholar at the Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge. Her research interests include the history of disease, medicine and the imperial world and nineteenth and twentieth-century Chinese medicine.

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'Kim Taylor's book, Chinese Medicine in Early Communist China, is a gratifying addition to the list of genuinely new historical studies.' - China Quarterly'Taylor has written a significant work thath makes real contributions to our understanding of changing pedagogic and therapeutic practices in Chinese medicine.' - China Journal'The first coherent analysis of non-"Western" medicine in the People's Republic ... a welcome contribution to a timely topic, of high academic standard and succinctly written in accessible language.' - Asian Affairs

'Kim Taylor's book, Chinese Medicine in Early Communist China, is a gratifying addition to the list of genuinely new historical studies.' - China Quarterly'Taylor has written a significant work thath makes real contributions to our understanding of changing pedagogic and therapeutic practices in Chinese medicine.' - China Journal'The first coherent analysis of non-"Western" medicine in the People's Republic ... a welcome contribution to a timely topic, of high academic standard and succinctly written in accessible language.' - Asian AffairsWhat Taylor offers is a dense descriptive investigation illuminating the
dimensions of political rhetoric within the processes of the development and
canonization of medical knowledge in the early years of the People’s Republic of
China. - Angelika C. Messner

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