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Post time: 2018-09-17 04:34:30
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Dear Tutor,
I have read the Introduction and Chapters 1 and 2 twice. I have three questions for you:
1) Do you have any suggestions on how I should study for the exam?
2) What is chronic inflammation? Is it pathogenic heat? Or is it an overworking or deficient organ?
3) Are the Kidneys responsible for all yin and yang in the body?
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Post time: 2018-10-09 21:03:37
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Dear tgammon,
Let's discuss your questions.
!). To prepare your exams, please go to the Mebo website to find the Study Syllabus of course A and you will know when you should take the exam and what will be involved in the exam.
2). Chronic inflammation is not a concept of traditional Chinese medicine, it's a very western concept.
3). All the organs have its own Yin and Yang, but kidey have prymordial Yin and Yang.

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