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Leniency from China court in ‘Dying to Survive’ cancer drug case




A man who bought cancer medication from Germany to sell to patients in mainland China has received a suspended jail sentence from a Shanghai court in a case which echoes the plot of last year’s box office hit Dying to Survive.Zhai Yiping, 47, was given a relatively light sentence of three years in prison, suspended for three years, for illegally doing business, according to online news portal Thepaper.cn on Monday.Zhai’s arrest in July last year led to a public outcry and, ultimately, a change…



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