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January 14, 2008
Doctor Zhang Shutian and a fellow doctor hold up medical images of a patient's stomach during an examination...
Beijing, China
Doctor Zhang and a fellow doctor hold up medical images of a patient's stomach at Beijing Friendship...
Doctor Zhang Shutian and a fellow doctor hold up medical images of a patient's stomach during an examination in the Gastroenterology and Hepatolgy ward at Beijing Friendship Hospital January 14, 2008. China's health care system is struggling to keep pace with the country's blistering economic growth and faces a major challenge in looking after its 1.3 billion people, Health Minister Chen Zhu said at a forum in Beijing last week, adding that the task of exploring reform of the health system was very arduous. Many hospitals have resorted to charging exorbitant premiums for medical care and prescriptions. Deregulation of the health care industry has brought a rash of scandals involving overcharging, bogus drugs and malpractice. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
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