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China: Signature for Operation

A pregnant woman was sent to the Beijing hospital. Even though she didn't have any money, the hospital was willing to give a free operation as she and her unborn baby were in a critical condition. However, her husband refused to sign the operation paper, eventually the woman and the baby died at the hospital. Tang Cao from 1510 wondered if there were other ways to prevent the tragedy (zh).

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