Leniency from China court in Dying to Survive cancer drug case

//Leniency from China court in Dying to Survive cancer drug case

Leniency from China court in Dying to Survive cancer drug case

A man who bought cancer medication from Germany to sell to patients in mainland China has received a suspended jail sentence from a Shanghai court in a case that echoes the plot of last year’s box office hit Dying to Survive.Zhai Yiping, 47, was given a relatively light sentence of three years in prison, suspended for three years, for illegally doing business, online news portal Thepaper.cn reported on Monday.Zhai’s arrest in July last year led to a public outcry and, ultimately, a change in…

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