Chinese Medicine Forum
April 16, 2006
Introduction to the speakers
††††††††††† Dr. Piao was graduated from Da Lian Medical College (Sang
Dong, China) in the 1950ís where he studied Western Medicine. He began
studying Traditional Chinese Medicine in the 1960s and has focused on clinical cancer
research combining Traditional Chinese Medicine with Western Medicine. †He is a famous oncologist in China with more than forty years of experience. He is also
in charge of several national studies on cancer. Currently, he is the director
of Chinaís National Cancer Center and a specialist in drug evaluation at the China State FDA.
Dr. Daihan Zhou
Zhou is a graduate of the School
of Traditional Chinese Medicine and
has more than forty years of clinical experience in the treatment of cancer. He
is a famous oncologist in China,
known for using Traditional Chinese Medicine. Currently, he directs the Cancer Chapter,
National Society of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the cancer committee of the Society
of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Guang
and. the Cancer Center of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He is also a specialist in drug evaluation at the China State FDA.
Lin has focused on cancer research in both clinical and laboratory settings for
more than thirty years. The Ministry of Health in China and State Administration of TCM has awarded her for several projects in
clinical studies on cancer. She is vice
director of the National Cancer Center in China, director of the Cancer Department
at Guang An Meng Hospital (Bei Jing), and
a specialist in drug evaluation at the China State FDA.
Zhang was graduated from Bei Jing
University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and obtained a Ph.D. in cancer
studies. He has been a physician and a research scientist in the field of
cancer treatment for many years. Currently, he is vice director of the National Cancer Center in China in charge of cancer studies there.
Wang directs the Gastrointestinal Department at the affiliated hospital of Liao Ning College of Traditional
Chinese Medicine. His major work is in the treatment of the pre-cancerous stage
of patients suffering from chronic gastritis, using Traditional Chinese
Medicine. His studies have demonstrated the great effectiveness of TCM
treatment in the prevention of cancer.
Dr. Gary Deng
††††††††††† Dr. Deng was graduated from Bei Jing Medical University, and he is a board certified M.D. in New York State. He is vice director of the Department of Alternative
Medicine at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. There he studies the effectiveness of natural
therapy in the adjuvant treatment of cancer patients.
Dr. Xing Chen.
Chen obtained a Ph.D. in Traditional Chinese Medicine in China in the early 1990s. He came to the United States and has since worked as a scientist at the National
Cancer Institute (NCI) of NIH. His research focuses on the anti-cancer
mechanisms of Chinese Herbs. He has published more than thirty articles in
prestigious journals in the United States.
Liu obtained the degree of Master of Traditional Chinese Medicine at China
Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He came to the United States twenty years ago and has practice at his own
acupuncture clinic since then. He is also consultant at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital regarding studies of the mechanism of acupuncture. In
the past few years, he has specialized in the adjuvant treatment of cancer by
combining acupuncture and herbal medicine with western natural therapy.
††††††††††† Dr. Teng was graduated from
Heilongjiang College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in the 1980s and came to the
almost twenty years ago. Since then, she has worked at her acupuncture clinic
and taught at several schools of oriental medicine. In the past a few years,
she has worked in the Department of Alternative Medicine at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. She is very experienced in the adjuvant treatment of
cancer and very successful in relieving certain symptoms of cancer.