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Reishi Mushrooms have been recognized by Chinese medical professionals as a precious remedial supplement for thousands of years. Our product is carefully made from mycelia and wall-broken spores, and is rich in polysaccharides, triterpenoids, polypeptides and trace elements.
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Chang Gung Biotechnology IN THE NEWS
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The products offered on Zengia are researched, designed and produced by Chang Gung Biotechnology, Taiwan (CGB). Their rich history includes the erection of 5 hospitals and 2 medical universities in Asia. The following are news articles regarding Chang Gung.

News abstracts regarding CGB...

  • "Researchers from Taiwan's Chang Gung Memorial Hospital and UC Davis successfully use cultivated tissue to restore vision in 15 people with previously irreparable eye damage" 1
    -The Los Angeles Times

  • "Dr. Yun-Fan Liaw, of Chang Gung Memorial Hospital and University in Taipei Taiwan, led a study that tested lamivudine (3TC) for almost three years in 651 people, mostly Asians, and found it cut in half the risk of liver failure and the chances that the disease would develop into liver cancer." 2
    -The Advocate

  • "Chang Gung Hospital completes Taiwan's first split-liver transplants" 3
    -Asia Africa Intelligence Wire

  • "Researchers at Taiwan's Chang Gung University Medical College and the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine found that three-quarters of the 41 men who had Botox injected into their prostates urinated with a better stream and less frequently." 4
    -Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

  • "A study at two Taiwan hospitals found that a powerful strain of salmonella developed a resistance to the antibiotic Cipro in less than two years." 5
    -The New York Times

  • "It is often difficult to predict the timing and frequency of asthma attacks. In addition to interrupting the daily life of both the affected child and his/her family, asthma can also pose sudden danger to a child. Based on clinical observations, many asthma-affected children and their parents must constantly adjust themselves to the uncertainty of the disease, which leads to increased stress on the family. The use of care maps has demonstrated increased efficiency and effectiveness in the care of asthma patients from a variety of settings. Studies were performed at the Allergic Clinic of the Chang Gung Children's Hospital" 6
    -Journal of Asthma

  • "Surgeons in Taiwan and the United States have restored vision to people with previously untreatable eye damage by transplanting tissue grown in the laboratory." 7
    -The Washington Post

  • "Chang Gung Memorial Hospital (CGMH) implemented the RFID system in its operating rooms to improve patient safety by verifying and positively identifying patients, gathering real-time data, reducing risk of wrong-site and/or wrong-patient surgery, and ensuring compliance with hospital patient safety procedures or standard operating procedures. Since the implementation, CGMH has achieved 100% accuracy in patient ID in the OR. The new RFID system automates many manual functions of the previous operating room processes. The system helps verify that the five rights of medication safety are met -- right patient, medication, dose, time, and route -- as well as right surgery and surgical site." 8

  • "Texas A&M University and the Chang-Gung Medical College of Taipei next week will sign a "sister school' agreement, A&M officials have announced. The pact, to be signed Monday in Taipei, will allow for cooperative research and exchanges of faculty and students between medical programs at the two schools." 9
    -The Dallas Morning News

References and Citations*

1 Powell, Kendall S. "California and the West; Lab-Grown Cornea Cells Transplanted; Science: Researchers Successfully Use the Cultivated Tissue to Restore Vision in 15 People with Eye Damage." The Los Angeles Times, July 13 2000.
2 Nano, Stephanie. "Study Finds Aids Drug Effective for Hepatitis B." The Advocate, October 7 2004.
3 "Chang Gung Hospital Completes Taiwan's First Split-Liver Transplants." Asia Africa Intelligence Wire, August 21 2003.
4 "Botox Eases Effects of Enlarged Prostate." Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 24 2006, D-2.
5 "Resistance Builds to Cipro, Study Says.". The New York Times, February 7 2002, A9, A18.
6 Chen, Sue-Hsien, Kuo-Wei Yeh, Sue-Huei Chen, Dah-Chin Yen, Teresa J. C. Yin, and Jing-Long Huang. "The Development and Establishment of a Care Map in Children with Asthma." Journal of Asthma 41, no. 8 (2004): 855-61.
7 Okie, Susan. "Tissue Grown in Lab Reverses Damage to Eye." The Washington Post, July 13 2000, A1.
8 Maggio, Paula. "Chang Gung Memorial Hospital Got Rfid System for Patient Management." M2PressWire, January 5 2007.
9 "A&M, Taiwan College Plan Exchanges." The Dallas Morning News, June 22 1989.

*Research reports, 3rd party articles and all other references noted as such are provided for informational use only and do not express the views of Zengia, LLC or Chang Gung Biotechnology.

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