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India just wrapped up its G20 presidency role, but not without key commitments for a promising future. It was, indeed, a heartening sight to see all twenty countries of the G20 group together on one platform, united to fight and address various global matters – with the theme ‘वसुधैव कुटुंबकम’, meaning ‘One Earth, One Family, One Future’ at the core of all discussions. The comprehensive document, G20 New Delhi Leaders’ Declaration: Strengthening Global Health, and Implementing One Health Approach covers various aspects of global development and stability. Interestingly, under the subject ‘Strengthening Global Health and Implementing One Health Approach’, the strategic document talks of ‘Recognizing the potential role of evidence-based Traditional and Complementary Medicine (TCM) in health, and take note of international efforts in this direction, including WHO’s global and collaborating centres, and clinical trial registries’. This mention bears, in its essence, both the credit to the evidence-based TCM for its potential role in health, as well as a message for this pivotal sector in health – the message for moving further in this regard but not without clinical evidence or collaborations.
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Kaushik S. Recognition of evidence-based traditional and complementary medicine (TCM) in G20 New Delhi Leaders’ Declaration: Pointers for Homoeopathy. Indian J Res Homoeopathy 2023;17(3):131-132. doi: 10.53945/2320-7094.1954