Western medicine is killing more Chinese than cancer, but there are still people who say they want to see it taken out of China, said a Chinese medical official.
Western medicine, the doctor said in a video posted on social media Sunday, is a problem that must be fixed and that patients who want to do the right thing should not get sick from it.
“Chinese people have to be patient with western medicine.
They need to be kind to patients,” the official said.
“They need to have compassion for patients and not want to make things worse for the patients.”
The Chinese government has banned Western medicine for more than 30 years and the government has blamed Western medicine’s negative effects on the Chinese economy and the health system for the country’s economic problems.
In the first six months of 2017, China saw a record 7,848 new cases of acute lymphoblastic leukemia and 3,823 new cases with lymphoma.
That was more than double the previous year’s total of 2,766 cases.
The health ministry says the number of deaths in China from cancer has fallen to less than 1,000, down from about 2,300 a year ago.
China has more than 1.4 billion people and is a major supplier of medical goods and technology to the world.
The health ministry has estimated that more than 80 percent of China’s cancer patients have never had surgery.
China is also trying to develop vaccines, vaccines that can be administered through a needle and other devices.
China also is developing new types of chemotherapy and is considering introducing new types for the treatment of other illnesses.