The first integrative medicine pilot programme for multiple sclerosis patients in Hong Kong is about to be launched by The Chinese University of Hong Kong’s (CUHK) Hong Kong Institute of Integrative Medicine (HKIIM). Under the programme, patients will receive western medications, Chinese herbal therapy and acupuncture under the close supervision and care of the clinical team. The objective of the programme is disease control, at the same time  managing patients’ cognitive symptoms and fatigue and thereby restoring mobility. 

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