SPOTLIGHT: Chinese healthcare system in crisis

For decades, China's citizens have seen major health and life-expectancy gains. But today, it appears that the country's healthcare system is in crisis, with prices for care skyrocketing and four out of five rural dwellers living without health insurance. What's more, the country is ill-equipped to control the spread of infectious diseases, experts note. Article

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