Features September 2006 Issue

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Doctors, Known as “Barefoot Doctors”

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What if animal healthcare practitioners were only paid if animals were healthy? In times of old in China that is the way it worked. The Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) doctors, known as “barefoot doctors,” would go from village to village and receive housing, food, and payment only if the community was healthy.

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