Beijing on October 28. The China-Pakistan Health Corridor (CPHC) will offer a framework on which Pakistan’s healthcare system may develop. According to Dr. Muhammad Shahbaz, President of the China Pakistan Medical Association, both nations may advance this sector by working together (CPMA).
He claimed that Pakistan is home to the 7,000-year-old Harappan and Mohnjo Dharro civilizations. The use of traditional Chinese medicine, which has been extensively utilized in the treatment and management of problems and pandemics, is fostering stronger ties between traditional medical practices in Pakistan, which have a long history. In Pakistan, Jinhua Qinggan Granules (JHQG) have been shown to be both reliable and safe for treating COVID-19 patients.
“With BZU, Punjab University, Gujrat University, and Haripur University, cooperation agreements have been inked by the Shandong Academy of Chinese Medicine and the Shandong University of Traditional Medicine. For the Chinese Traditional Medicine and Pharmaceutical industries to collaborate with regional businesses and institutions, the government may offer more enticing policies “he continued.
According to Shahbaz, traditional medicine has been crucial in handling a variety of pandemics and plagues throughout human history, including black fever, SARS, and Covid-19.
“Both nations may sign the Initiative for Regional Healthcare Centers, which would allow the blending of herbal and western treatment, and both could play a significant part in the interchange of traditional medicines. It is also possible to engage in entrepreneurship, management and production, extraction, classification, and utilization, as well as education and training.”
He further said that Chinese pharma companies could conduct clinical studies in Pakistan with medicine which is already registered or being used in Chinese hospitals for the treatment of respiratory tract infections.
“China’s management experience of high-quality herbal medicine resources can be shared with Pakistan. Pakistan is very active in international and exchange platforms, and Pakistan and China can jointly increase the popularity and influence of traditional medicine in the world”, he mentioned.
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