Date
20 October 2017

Hungary opens door to traditional Chinese doctors, Xinhua says

Hungary’s parliament amended the Health Act on Tuesday, opening the way for the government to issue a decree that would allow doctors of traditional Chinese medicine to obtain permits to practice, Xinhua news agency reported Tuesday. If and when the decree is issued, practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine who have certificates from schools requiring at least five years of university-level study and who can prove that they have not been banned from practicing at home or in the last country where they worked will be able to apply for permits to practice in Hungary, the report said.

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