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YHK & DTS Research Gained Government Support

YHK & DTS Research Gained Government Support
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Research and developing our products has always been a big part of our work. Kyotsujigyo has worked with a number of well established organisations and universities in the past, including the University of Sao Paulo, GAIA Age-Management Foundation, The University of Western Ontario, University of Virginia, Yanaihara Research Institute,  Harada Hospital (Japan) and others. 

 

In 2016 Kyotsujigyo has corporate with the National Key Research Institute in Hong Kong to further study the application of YHK and DTS in the prevention of brain cells damage. 

 

We are grateful and happy to announce that our recent research project has been supported by the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government - Research and Development scheme [1], successfully gaining a research fund from the Innovation and Technology Bureau on the 6th December 2016.

Disclaimer:
  • * All research and clinical data should be used as reference purposes only, results may vary.
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