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Suzanne Robidoux

Dr. Suzanne Robidoux completed her master’s degree in Oriental medicine in the US in 1999 and is a certified acupuncturist in Canada, US and China. She has been living in China for the last 11 years travelling to various locations to study with some of the most proficient masters in Chinese medicine. Some were famous such as Huanghuang, Shixuemin and Wangjuyi and others are less known by the West like Dr. Lujin, Lee Shianlian and others. Suzanne spent weeks, months or years with these doctors to refine her clinical skills in classical Chinese medicine.

Suzanne completed her Ph.D. at the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine in 2007 focusing her 3 years of clinical practice on treating neurological diseases such as post-stroke paralysis, Parkinson's disease, hemiplegia, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, severe depression and so on. Suzanne moved to Beijing after her degree to develop an international TCM translation project with a Chinese medical publisher and facilitated over 100 translations in over 8 different languages.

Suzanne is now conducting her post-doctorates research with the Chinese Medical Research Academy in Beijing at the Xi Yuan hospital and Guang An Men hospital in cooperation with western hospitals in Canada using Chinese medicine to treat post-chemo lung cancer patients.

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