In the canon of Chinese medicine, "Huang Neytszin", which tells in his lecture Tsznp Hsin-chung, clearly defined basic principles that should guide their practice physician, as well as the goals and objectives of this branch of knowledge.
Sensible lifestyle, proper diet, cleanliness, systematic breathing and movement exercises, and "the ability to keep the heart in the chest" (that is, the right to respond to the circumstances of life and avoid excessive emotions) are considered in Chinese medicine to strengthen the basic conditions of health and disease prevention.
The approach to the patient is recommended to capture the most initial manifestations of the disease, to monitor their dynamics, try to look for causes and actively work towards the restoration of health, using all the wealth of possibilities of national medicine. These issues are the subject of most brochures Jin Xin-chung.
November 20, 1957 in the main lecture hall of the All-Union Society for dissemination of political and scientific knowledge in Moscow, Deputy Minister of Health of the People's Republic of Chin Hsin-chung delivered a public lecture on Chinese traditional medicine, in which a few additions was published by "Knowledge".