How did cancer become a leading cause of death in China? "Urbanization Push", "Rhino Farmers", and "China's Bravest Attorney"
NEW YORK, May 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- 2013 June issue of NewsChina magazine's cover stories highlighted "Cancer in China", "Urbanization Push", "Rhino Farmers", and "China's Bravest Attorney".
Under the cover headline "Sleeper Cells", questioned how cancer in China went from being relatively uncommon to a leading cause of death in the time it has taken the country to industrialize.
Cancer in China was featured in two stories.
A Malignant Issue China's cancer rate has outpaced all expectations, hitting a wide range of demographics. Can the country deal with it?
Refusing Treatment Choices can have a big influence on China's cancer problem, but whose matter more – those of individuals, or of policymakers?
Special Report: Is Bigger Better? Urbanization Push asked whether Urbanization is Blessing or Burden? A shrinking trade surplus and economic uncertainty are looming over China's new leadership. Their response has been a renewed call for further urbanization to boost domestic consumption. But are even bigger cities the solution?
Society: Human Shield: China's Bravest Attorney, Chi Susheng was featured as Born Defensive In a country that often brings charges against defense attorneys upon the conviction of their clients, lawyer Chi Susheng has stood out simply by standing up to power
Environment: Horned Dilemma: Rhino Farmers discussed Imported Rhinos, under No Introduction Necessary? The controversial introduction of seven non-native white rhinos into Pu'er National Park in southern China has been marketed as a "re-introduction" of an extinct, unrelated local species. However, critics claim it is an attempt to kick-start a rhino-farming operation to feed China's insatiable demand for rhino horn
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