Books

Publications and Thesis

  • The Physiological Effects of Breathing Exercises, Graduate Student of Traditional Chinese Medicine 1:34, 1985
  • The influence of constitution theory on the treatment strategy from classic TCM guide “Jin Gui Yao Lue”. Thesis. Presenting at Chengdu Univ. of TCM, Sept. 1987
  • Reference for Internal Medicine, The People’s Health Press Beijing, 1988
  • Review on Circadian Rhythm of Cell-mediate Immunology, Traditional Chinese Medicine Tribunal Chengdu, 1988
  • Circadian Rhythm of Adherence Activity of RBC in Normal Rabbits, The Compilatory of the International Conference of Chronobiology at Chengdu, China, Oct. 1988. P. 232. Co-author: Lo Yongzen
  • Production and identification of monoclonal anti-idiotype antibody that bears the internal image of HbsAG epitope, J. Immunology (China) 5:160, 1989. Co-authors: Dr. Wang Dao-Ruo, Dr. Yang De
  • The Role of the Laboratory in the Diagnosis of Rheumatic Disorders, The Proceedings, XV World Congress of Anatomic and Clinical Pathology. P. 429 – 435, Firenze, Italy, May 16 – 20, 1989. Co-author: Friedrich Hasler, M.D.
  • Production of procoagulant activity by synovial fluid mononuclear cells and low synovial plasmin activity in rheumatoid arthritis (in press). Co-author: Friedrich Hasler, M.D., Cemal Kuyas, Ph.D. (Switzerland)
  • The First Swiss Seminar in Advanced Rheumatology, Bad Ragaz, 1988, The Sichuan Press of Science and Technology, China (Translation to Chinese)
  • Production and Characterization of Anti-idiotype Antibody as a Potential Vaccine against Pseudomonas Aeruginosa. Thesis Presentation at University of Guelph, Canada, May 1992
  • Clinical Application of Holographic Eight-Extraordinary Channels, The Proceedings, The 10th anniversary conference of WFAS, Nov. 1997, Beijing, China. P. 229
  • Introducing the Holographic – Jin Luo System, World Journal of Acupuncture – Moxibustion, Issue 2, Vol. 8, 1998, P. 29 – 31
  • Introducing the JiaJi Channel, The Proceedings, WFAS Conference, Oct. 1998, Barcelona, Spain
  • How TCM (CMAAC) and Wildlife Communities are Working Together, Panel discussion: Healthy People, Healthy Planet. An international conference on TCM and endangered wildlife conservation. Nov. 1999, Beijing, China
  • Consumer’s Reference on TCM and Alternatives to Endangered Species Brochure for distribution to TCM clinics, schools, and pharmacies across Canada, Co-author TTMAC, 1999 Toronto
  • Cerebellum Scalp Acupuncture for Neurological Disorder. Panel Abstract P. 52, 4th World Congress of Medical Acupuncture & Natural Medicine, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, August 2000
  • TCM & Acupuncture for Children & Adolescents Depression. Abstracts P. 55, The 5th World Conference of Acupuncture WFAS, Seoul, Korea, Nov. 2000
  • The true nature of auricular points. Abstract P. 215 – 216. WFAS international symposium on acupuncture. Rome, Italy, Nov. 2002
  • New image of chong mai. Abstract P. 49. WFAS international symposium on acupuncture. Oslo, Norway, Sept. 2003
  • 4 Records of Ambiopia, Depressive Disorder and Insomnia treated with therapia of stamping by finger. Journal of Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine P. 48 – 51. Vol. 28, NoM3, 2005
  • Qiao mai & Parkinson’s. Abstract P. 60. WFAS international symposium of Acupuncture. Lisboa, Portugal, Nov. 2005
  • Xuanyuan Auricular Acupuncture and Clinical Applications by Yifang Tian, published in 2017. For more information, please read a detailed description on the Meet Professor Tian page.

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