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Aging population could boost hospice services (China Daily, Mar 1)
Attach Date 2018/03/02 HIT 120
Since it opened in March last year, China's first hospice for people with terminal cancer has provided professional care and a relatively peaceful end to life for about 100 patients. Affiliated to Peking University Shougang Hospital in Beijing, the hospice serves as a "tribute" to the dignity of human life, even in the final stages, and the laws of nature, said Gu Jin, the founder who is also head of the hospital. Read More

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