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Dr. Kendall will be greatly missed by the AAAOM

17 Oct 2017 10:04 AM | Anonymous

We were deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Dr. Deke Kendall. While most of our generation of practitioners were not aware of his contributions to the field, we would do well to be informed and grateful for the work of Dr. Kendall. He was primarily a leader in the modernization of how Chinese Medicine was viewed through a biomedical lens. He was controversial to most, but introduced important ways of thinking and seeing that didn't exist in literature in any substantive way before. Rest in peace Dr. Kendall. You will be remembered and honored.

Donald "Deke" Kendall 1930-2017.

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