Under the auspices of the Prime Minister, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Education, Culture, Science and Sports and the Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences co-organized the First International Conference on Traditional Mongolian Medicine in the State House on December 8. In connection to the event, we are presenting an interview with academician Sh.Bold, conducted in 2016 regarding the traditional Mongolian medicine and its significance.
“Traditional Mongolian Medicine is a priceless heritage we inherited from our ancestors; and seeing as it’s a highly unique practice, Mongolians need to safeguard, disseminate and pass it down from generation to generation,” said academician Sharaviin Bold (Professor, Ph.D., Sc.D). He has been teaching traditional medicine since he graduated from the National Medical University of Mongolia in 1993. His total publications count about 540, including around 60 books and more than 300 academic articles. Specializing in Traditional Mongolian Medicine and its history, academician Bold put the subject in a new light.