Xu Ze, male, was born in Leping County of Jiangxi Province on October 1933. He graduated from Tongji Medical University in 1956 and successively held the post of director of the Department of Surgery of the affiliated hospital of Hubei College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He is a professor, chief physician, tutor of postgraduate and doctoral student, president of Experimental Surgery Restitute Institute of Hubei College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, director of Abdominal Tumor Surgery Research Room, and director of Anti-carcinomatous Metastasis and Reoccurrence Research Room. In addition, he held concurrent posts of standing director of China Medical Association Wuhan Branch; vice president of Wuhan Micro-circulation Academy; academic member of International Liver Disease Research (Cooperation and Exchange Center); member of International Surgeon Union; standing member of first, second, third, and fourth editorial board of China Experimental Surgery Journal; standing member of first, second, and third editorial board of Abdominal Surgery Journal. He’s enjoying special allowance of the state council.
He has been engaged in surgery work for forty-nine years and has accumulated rich experience in radical operation of lung cancer, esophageal carcinoma, liver cancer, carcinoma of gallbladder, adenocarcinoma of pancreas, gastric carcinoma, and intestinal cancer as well as in clinical therapy with Chinese traditional medicine combined with Western medicine for the prevention of reoccurrence and metastasis after operation.
Xu Jie, male, graduated from the Department of Traditional Chinese Medicine of the Hubei University of Chinese Medicine in 1992 and from the Department of Clinical Medicine of Hubei Medical University (now the Medicine School of Wuhan University) in 1996, served as the associate chief physician of the surgery in the affiliated hospital of the Hubei University of Chinese Medicine (namely Hubei Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine), and engaged in study on experimental tumor of experimental surgery and the clinical work of general surgery and urinary surgery.
Bin Wu, MD, PhD, graduated from the College of Yunyang of Tongji University of Medical Sciences for her MD degree and studied her master’s degree and her PhD degree in Sun Yat-Sen University of Medical Sciences. After she received her PhD, she worked as a postdoctoral fellow in the Johns Hopkins Medical School and University of Maryland Medical School. She passed all her USMLE tests and is going to do her residency training in America. She dedicates herself to oncology clinical research. Her goal is to conquer cancer, which she believes is a great contribution to our health. She has a daughter, Lily Xu.