Faced with the suffering from diseases and various disasters that humanity is experiencing today, undoubtedly, it has brought great difficulties to individuals, families, and society. Medicine knows no borders. In recent years, there has been a rising trend in integrative medicine, combining Western medicine, traditional Chinese medicine, and other medical practices to avoid over-treatment, better protect life, and promote health and longevity. This has gained high attention from the medical community worldwide, contributing to the global rise of traditional Chinese medicine and herbal remedies. Promoting integrative medicine to enhance human health is also the mission and goal of the World Federation of Integrative Medicine Societies.
The 7th World Congress of Integrative Medicine will be held both online and offline from December 1 to 3. This congress, organized by the World Federation of Integrative Medicine Societies in collaboration with the International University of Medicine in the Guangzhou International Convention and Exhibition Center in China and the International University of Medicine in Silicon Valley, aims to promote the development of global integrative medicine and highlight the combination of ancient wisdom and modern methods.
The theme of this congress is “Great Medicine, Great Health, Great Industry,” focusing on the integration of traditional Chinese medicine principles such as holistic view, qi-blood theory, meridian theory, and reversible perspective, along with Western medicine’s “quantum biomedical” approach. The goal is to create a “World Health Community.” It is expected that nearly 8,000 experts and scholars from more than 60 countries will participate in this congress, including over 20 academicians from the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Engineering, more than 50 deans of medical schools, over 300 hospital directors, over 500 medical and health-related companies, and more than 60 healthcare investment institutions. The congress will also feature 100 experienced traditional Chinese medicine practitioners providing on-site consultations and acupuncture to address difficult and complex cases.
The main topics of the congress include nuclear quantum medicine, digital traditional Chinese medicine, quantum traditional Chinese medicine, child development and intellectual development, women’s health, men’s health, integrative medicine beauty, anti-aging and dementia prevention for the elderly, adult hypertension, high blood sugar, high uric acid, new methods for the prevention and treatment of high cholesterol and high blood lipids, post-COVID sequelae prevention and treatment, cardiovascular diseases, dental diseases, breast cancer, uterine cancer, and other cancer prevention and treatment, smoking and alcohol cessation therapy, exploration of clinical prescriptions for Tai Chi Qigong, insomnia, acupuncture therapy, bone membrane awakening therapy, World Integrative Physician Forum, etc. Each theme and forum are closely related to the health of people worldwide, not only elevating the dimension of global medicine but also driving humanity and the Earth towards a splendid realm of health, success, beauty, civilization, and harmony.
In addition to hosting a large-scale event with a hundred experienced traditional Chinese medicine practitioners offering consultations, there will also be various high-tech product exhibitions and international investment cooperation negotiations. On December 3 (Saturday), a High-Dimensional Medicine Forum will be held in the Nuclear Hall of the International University of Medicine in Silicon Valley, featuring consultations and product exhibitions, as well as global public welfare activities.
Chinese contact：Dr. Jinglian Gao
Global contact：Dr. Xueli Fu
Tel: 001 626 215 3353
Sunnyvale contact: Dr. Jingkun Chen
Address：595 Lawrence Expy, Sunnyvale, CA 94085