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Qingxia, a village of 1,500 in the industrial city of Zhuzhou in Hunan province, has the ignominy of being one of hundreds of "cancer villages" in China.
As much as 10 per cent of its population suffer from cancer, a startling number when put against the national average of 1 per cent.
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