Over 400 applicants await approval for traditional medicine treatment licences, issuance imminent

More than 400 traditional medicine practitioners have applied for licences to practise traditional medicine, and the Myanmar Traditional Medicine Council has stated that the licences will be issued soon.
According to Section 37 of the Myanmar Traditional Medicine Council Law, registered traditional healers are required to apply to the General Practitioner Licensing Council to practise medical treatment. It has been announced that traditional practitioners in Myanmar must be eligible to obtain treatment licences.
There are currently 7,493 registered traditional practitioners, with over 400 of them set to undergo examination by committee members for the issuance of medical treatment licences.
Applicants are required to submit their applications to the Myanmar Traditional Medicine Council along with supporting documents to demonstrate their eligibility. — TWA/KZW

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