Beijing’s Poor Visit Illegal Clinics

The BBC reports on illegal medical clinics set up on the outskirts of Beijing set up to serve and the :

The clinic we visited, in the village of Jinzhan, had been open only for 10 days, according to the man in charge, who declined to give his name.

After initially admitting that he treated patients, he then backtracked and said he was simply running a pharmacy.

But the sign outside and the medical equipment on show inside – including a stethoscope – suggest otherwise.

Migrant worker Yang Shengping, who lives near the clinic with his wife, said he would never go there because was not hygienic.

But the 36-year-old, who comes from Province in southern China, is lucky – he has medical based in his hometown.

Open popup

Welcome back!

CDT is a non-profit media site, and we need your support. Your contribution will help us provide more translations, breaking news, and other content you love.