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The Intricacies of Tongue and Pulse Diagnosis Explored

These and many more questions were responded to In a special session conducted on Thursday October 31, 2013, when an enthusiastic group of Yo San University students explored the nuances of tongue and pulse diagnosis.
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So what actually constitutes a slippery pulse and what does it mean? What factors contribute to the day to day variations in the appearance of the human tongue? These and many more questions were responded to In a special session conducted on Thursday October 31, 2013, when an enthusiastic group of Yo San University students explored the nuances of tongue and pulse diagnosis. The session, which was laden with practical examples, was led by Dr. Meredith Chunyi Qian, a Yo San University faculty member in both the master’s and doctoral programs. Dr. Qian generously shared her medical and TCM training as well as her many years of clinical practice regarding the topic. This special session was presented as a service by the Yo San University Students Association (YSUSA). Special thanks to all the 2013 YSUSA officers, especially to President, Emily King Quon and 1st Teresa Calloway, for making this stimulating session possible.

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