Beijing, China (PRWEB) June 10, 2014
The State Administrative of Traditional Chinese Medicine of China recently selected Binzhou Huahai Vitiligo Hospital as the best hospital in China for vitiligo treatment. In order to show the advantages of traditional Chinese medicine for disease treatment the government of China cites excellent hospitals with a proven track record as successfully treating this skin disease.
Binzhou Huahai Vitiligo Hospital is part of a scientific research group conducting collaborative research into traditional Chinese medicine treatments. These hospitals have developed the highest level of traditional Chinese medical technology for the treatment of vitiligo. Because of the strong scientific research, leading technology and excellent treatment outcomes, Huahai Vitiligo Hospital has earned special designation from the Government of China.
The hospital has pioneered the theory of “cured black and white together”, which has made them a respected international center for vitiligo treatment. The theory of “cured black and white together” has nine characteristics, including technology: body balance, immunity regulation, activation of cells, cell regeneration, melanin regeneration and more. The theory was a great breakthrough in eliminating the causes of and for controlling vitiligo development. It has been used to cure hundreds of thousands of patients. The disease is no longer considered incurable.
Binzhou Huahai Vitiligo Hospital has been a prominent part of various important vitiligo initiatives, including the national torch project, national overseas ministry personnel advanced program, the Shandong Province science and technology plan, and many other programs. They have earned national awards for the advancement of medical technology and ten provincial science and technology awards. They have published 13 books and more than 300 research papers in domestic and foreign medical journals on vitiligo treatments, therapeutics, nutrition plans and nursing care.
Binzhou Huahai Vitiligo Hospital has cooperated with hospitals in the United States, South Korea, Jordan and ten other countries. They have participated in collaborative research with Yale University and the University of Illinois at Chicago. Cheng Aihua, the hospital's director, has lectured on various vitiligo topics worldwide as the guest of governments and medical institutes in Australia, Kazakhstan and Korea. Together, these activities help promote traditional Chinese medicine as a worthwhile, successful way to treat vitiligo.