Nobel Prize Laureates Medical Summit 2015 was held in Beijing from May 8th to 10th. ReLife International Medical Center, organized forum of “TCM Going Global” together with the Beijing Municipal Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine and the Beijing Municipal Tourism Commission.
“TCM Going Global”––International Medical Tourism Forum scene
Craig Mello, 2006 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine makes his speech
The forum is dedicated to provide an international exchange platform for western and Chinese scientists to discuss the current trends of medical development and their newest findings, to establish a dialogue on how to integrate the front-line science technology and traditional Chinese medicine for the benefit of mankind.
Dr. Zhang Qiong, President of the ReLife International Medical Center makes her speech
Guest speaker, Dr. Zhang from ReLife International Medical Center, also acts as the co-organizer of this year’s Nobel Prize Laureates Summit, shared her vison on positioning China as a medical tourism destination by bringing the inbound patients the most professional, affordable and convenient medical care. Patient First our mission is to provide the highest quality care to our patients with a level of service that exceeds their expectations. So far ReLife has accommodated patients from more than 20 countries, its attitude and work ethics have made a great impression to international patients.
Luo Zenggang, deputy director of the Beijing Municipal Administration of traditional Chinese medicine speaks during the forum
Craig Mello, 2006 Nobel Laureate in physiology or medicine is impressed by the great progress China made in terms of medical research development and spoke highly of ReLife’s achievement. He believed that front-line science technology research and practical application will speed up the process of benefit for mankind, with the integration of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the opportunities are endless.