Dr. Roni Sapir

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Practitioner of Chinese Medicine PhD. Complimentary medicine President of the Israeli Association of Classical Chinese Medicine Practitioners (IACCMP) Board member of the World Acupuncture and Moxibustion Association (PRC) Director of World Federation of Chinese Medicine (PRC) Vice President Zhong Fang International Red Cross Hospital (PRC) Voted the most influential person in Chinese Medicine in Israel Founder and academic dean at East – West school of Chinese Medicine until 2013 Played a pivotal role in drafting the bill for regulating acupuncture in the Knesset (Israeli parliament) Established and managed the complimentary medicine department for ALS in Amal Hospital, Raanana, Israel Specializations include treatment of degenerative disease, oncology, fertility and pregnancy and complex internal diseases

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