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6 Apr. 2010
Doctor Xu Chunyang's acupuncture needles are arranged... more
CHINA-VACCINES/
RTR2CH9I
6 Apr. 2010
Beijing, China
Doctor Xu Chunyang's acupuncture needles are arranged on a tray as he attends to patients at Beijing's Capital Medical University Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital April 6, 2010. Traditional Chinese medicine practitioners are offering their treatments as an alternative to vaccinations after a series of health product safety scandals in China over the past few years. China's Health Ministry announced today an immediate investigation into bad vaccines that have been blamed for the deaths of four children in northern Shanxi province. China, often called the world's factory, is struggling to convince a sceptical domestic and global audience it has won a battle to improve safety standards. The world will mark World Health Day on April 7. The words on the tray read, "Acupuncture clinic". REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH BUSINESS)
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