Chinese-Hungarian medical center opens in Budapest

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China and Hungary have jointly opened a health center in Budapest’s eighth district offering services of applying traditional Chinese and modern Western medicine, center head György G. Németh told Hungarian news agency MTI yesterday.

The objectives of the health center are two-fold, as the center wishes to introduce Chinese medical traditions for Hungarians while providing the Chinese expat community of Hungary with high level services, Németh said.

The center, operating with thirty doctors, including five Chinese doctors, was established based on a bilateral long-term cooperation agreement signed by the Prime Ministers of the two countries.

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