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Cancer rates may be falling in many Western countries, but they are rising steadily in China. The country's top health officials have issued a strong warning about the spread of cancer.
All types of the disease are, it seems, becoming increasingly common. Blame the effects of pollution and unhealthy habits.
The BBC’s Celia Hatton traveled to the coastal city of Tianjin to see how Asia's largest cancer treatment center is handling the onslaught.
- Celia Hatton, BBC News correspondent based in Beijing since 2001. She tweets @celiahatton.
This segment aired on November 18, 2014.