Renowned Doctors


  • Chinese Doctors of Lasting Fame-Brief Introduction
     In the long course of development of Chinese medicine emerged numerous famous doctors , many of whom wrote medical works .Bian QueBian Que , who lived in Qi State at the start of the Warring States period , learned with diligence and formally became...
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  • Bian Que 扁鹊
    Bianque, whose surname is Qin and original given name is Yueren, is a medical scientist lived in the Warring States of China at the beginning of the 4th century BC. As his medical knowledge was brilliant and he cured many diseases for the common people, he...
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  • Memorial Hall of Bian Que
     The Memorial Hall of Bian Que consists of the east hall and the west one. The west hall was built earlier, but destroyed by the Japanese invaders during the Anti-Japanese War, and only a pair of stone lions and three steles survived the war; the east...
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  • Temple of Bian Que
     The Temple of Bian Que is located in east Qinghua Village, Yuxiang Township, Yongji City. The tomb measures about 1.67 meters in height and 50 meters in circumference. The memorial hall is in the east of the tomb.
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  • Bianque the Physician
     “You and your two brothers are all skilled in medicine, which of you is the best?”Bianque answered, “My eldest brother is the best, the next is my second brother , and the last is me.”The King asked again, “Then how is it that you are the most...
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  • Ge Hong 葛洪
    Ge Hong was a noted Chinese physician lived between 284 and 364 AD. He had a sobriquet of “Baopuzi” (The Master Who Embraces Simplicity), so his best known work was also called Baopuzi.Ge Hong was said to be a Taoist immortal, who lived to a great age. In...
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  • Cang Gong 仓公
     Cang Gong - Cang lived about 200 B.C., at the beginning of the early Han Dynasty period. He is famous for keeping clinical records and case histories, thus being able to develop the concept of prognosis based on prior experience. This art was largely...
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  • Zhang Zhongjing 张仲景
     Zhang Zhongjing is the most famous of China's ancient herbal doctors. He is known for his book, which was later divided into two parts: Shang Han Lun and Chin Kuei Yao Lueh [Jin Gui Yao Lue]. In particular, the section known as the Shang Han Lun became...
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  • Wang Shuhe 王叔和
     Wang Shu-Ho [Wang Shuhe] is known for two major contributions. He recovered the first major herbal formulary, the Shang Han Lun (ca. 220 A.D.), by Chang Chung Ching [Zhang Zhongjing] , putting together the fragmentary record and arranging it in logical...
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  • Huangfu Mi 皇甫谧
     Huang Fu [Huangfu Mi; 214-282 A.D.] Huang Fu lived to see the end of the latter Han Dynasty. He is famous for his skills in acupuncture therapy; he wrote the Zhenjiu Jiayi Jing (Systematic Classic of Acu-Moxa Therapy) which was the first treatise...
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