The GP-TCM RA Newsletter March 2019 can be downloaded here: GP-TCM RA Newsletter Mar 2019

Dear GP-TCM RA Members and Friends,

Season’s greetings from London, Mons and Taichung!

Highlights of the GP-TCM RA Newsletter March 2019:

  • Cancer in China 2019
  • Biopharma dealmaking in 2018
  • China tightens rules on gene editing
  • Countdown Global Mental Health 2030
  • Taming the fire of nephrotoxic botanicals
  • Unstable genomes promote inflammation
  • NIH queries on foreign ties rattle universities
  • Dietary supplement regulation: FDA’s bitter pill
  • Invitation from Lancet, WJTCM and other journals
  • A review on wound healing activity of herbal drugs
  • Proteomics identifies new cancer therapeutic targets
  • Four N Engl J Med papers on genome and DNA editing
  • Paul Nurse on Brexit: ‘UK is sleepwalking into a disaster’
  • China’s trading day is starting to influence global markets
  • Major Events in the Life Course of New Drugs, 2000–2016
  • The 48th GP-TCM RA BoD meeting was held on 1st March
  • Develop a Good Publication Network for Clinical Study of TCM
  • 101 ideas on the Future of Research and Innovation in Europe
  • Horizon 2020: Update on Health-related Funding Opportunities
  • Target-Specific Precision of CRISPR-Mediated Genome Editing
  • 2018 FDA approvals hit all time high – but average value slips again
  • An Introduction and Plans of the Regulatory Aspects Interest Group
  • Mechanisms of Anti-arrhythmic Chinese herbal medicine unraveled
  • American and Chinese Scientists Call for International Collaboration
  • To move research from quantity to quality, go beyond good intentions
  • The 18th Meeting of CGCM will be held in Shanghai on August 8 – 10
  • Incidence and Etiology of Drug-Induced Liver Injury in Mainland China
  • Chinese Academy of Sciences to strengthen international cooperation
  • Hong Kong has established the standards for 299 Chinese materia medica
  • 14 held accountable, time-honored company punished for expired products
  • The new isolationism takes us back to the Seventies. This is not a good thing
  • A review on herbal drugs used for management and treatment of hypertension
  • The 7th Annual Meeting of GP-TCM RA will be held in South Korea, July 9 –11
  • Advancing Computational Toxicology in the Big Data Era by Artificial Intelligence
  • The 2nd Lecture Contest on the Natural History of Materia Medica Held in BUCM

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Best wishes,

Qihe Xu, London; Pierre Duez, Mons; and Yuan-Shiun Chang, Taichung.

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