Friday, July 31, 2015   

Xi suffers cancer: report
(09-13 14:01)

The Chinese vice president Xi Jinping, who has not been seen in public for 12 days, was said to have suffered from liver cancer of early stage.
Information Center for Human Rights & Democracy said Xi was admitted to Beijing 301 Hospital for a regular body check. Cancerous cells were found in his liver. A removal surgery has been performed this week.
Xi is expected to apprear in public next week, the center said.
   
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