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Two Day International Conclave on Traditional Medicine Inaugurated

Dr. Anbumani Ramadoss, Health & Family Welfare Minister has said that to shut out traditional medicine products on arbitrary technical barriers in the name of safety would be// against the interest of patients and consumers. Dr. Ramadoss was speaking at a two day International Conclave on Traditional Medicine, which he inaugurated here today. He said that in the global society we live in today, a significant segment of population in most of the developed nations are used to traditional medicine products for generations. Hence erecting artificial non-tariff technical barriers to trade of Traditional Medicine products could infringe on their right to have products of their choice.

The Minister said that India has a strong base of traditional medicine in the form of Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani and Yoga. We have a National Policy on AYUSH, which seeks to promote good health and out reach of health care to the people through preventive, promotive and curative AYUSH interventions, greater availability of authentic raw drugs and to integrate AYUSH in health care system. Mainstreaming of AYUSH is the key strategy under the National Rural Health Mission. India has a proper administrative set up to look after the regulation and development of Indian Systems of Medicines and Homoeopathy, in terms of Regulatory Bodies for education and practice of these systems, Drug & Cosmetics Act and Rules for regulation of traditional medicine products, he added.

Dr. Ramadoss said that an exclusive plenary Session has been scheduled on the second day of the Conclave to discuss the issues relating to legal and policy framework on Traditional Knowledge Protection in which a detailed presentation will made on the Traditional Knowledge Digital Library (TKDL) created by India to provide protection to more than 1,00,000 traditional medicine formulations described in Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani classical texts from mis-appropriation by issue of wrong patents based on traditional
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