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Chinese Woman Sells Grandson

A 57 year old lady tries to sell her grandson to save her son's life.  (screenshot)

Her son and daugther-in-law spent all their savings and have already borrowed more than 200,000 yuan for treatment for the cancer discovered in her son two months ago. Now he needs a transfusion from his sister, but treatment costs another 300,000 yuan,. She is selling her grandson to save her son!

A 22 years old selling 10 years of labour in exchange for money to treat her mother's cerebral haemorrhage.(screenshot)

While, millions of Chinese communist officials receive free medical treatment, nursing care, and even 'viagra'?!

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Article - Global Stage
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Article - Global Stage
Tuesday, 01 July 2014 17:24

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Article - Global Stage
Tuesday, 01 July 2014 17:10

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Article - Global Stage
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Article - Real China
Tuesday, 24 June 2014 15:49

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Article - Global Stage
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Article - Real China
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