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The Inheritance of Change. Transmission and Practice of Tibetan Medicine in Ngamring , written by Hofer, Theresia

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1. Blezer H., et al Schrempf M."‘Brief Outlook: Desiderata in the Study of the History of Tibetan Medicine’" Soundings in Tibetan Medicine. Historical and Anthropological Perspectives 2007 Leiden Brill Academic Publishers 427 438 (Proceedings of the 10th Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies (piats), Oxford 2003)
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