Cancer Science and Pediatrics 2019: Meridian on cancer therapy - Yu Cheng Kuo - Taipei Medical University, Taiwan | Abstract

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Cancer Science & Pediatrics 2019: Meridian on cancer therapy - Yu Cheng Kuo - Taipei Medical University, Taiwan

Author(s): Yu Cheng Kuo

Compared to conventional western medicine based on Anatomy and Chemistry particles, traditional Chinese medicine physicians practice clinic following “Chi”. What is “Chi”? After 25 years study of pulse diagnosis, we defined it as wave or periodic signal. Under this definition, we could recognize the reality of meridians or harmonics between time and frequency domain phenomenon with Fourier Transform. Moreover, we could discover the basis of Chinese Medicine based on the mathematics and physics of meridian. Based on the results obtained from both animal and clinical experiments, we verified the pulse diagnostic method on meridians recorded in medical literature classic and designed a pulse apparatus according to this meridian principle. Through the pulse diagnostic apparatus, we could map the meridians to harmonics and quantitatively analyze the pathological excess or deficiency of the meridians including the five zang-organs and six fu organs of the patient (pathological matrix).

In addition, a series of pharmacology research analyses of acupuncture, Chinese herbs, herbs prescription formula and western drugs on the reinforcing or reducing effect of meridians were being carried out. On the other hand, with matrix operation on harmonics, we were able to simulate the whole make up meridian function of a prescription formula which is composed of several herbs (pharmacological matrix).With meridian theory, we discovered a series of compounds from Fructus Cnidii, which is a simplest herb formulae described in Shang Han Za Bing Lu n. Including BMX, these compounds have being identified as HDAC8 inhibitor.

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