Sheila Carney and Kevin Bates from Scott Tallon Walker Architects are attending the first UK-China Oncology Congress, taking place over two days in the heart of China’s capital city, which will bring together over 1,000 representatives from both countries, to work together to help tackle the global cancer challenge.
Cancer is now the second leading cause of death globally, with China accounting for approximately 20% of the world’s new cancer cases and 27% of the world’s cancer deaths, and with the number of people living with cancer rising by almost half a million in the last five years in the UK.
As part of the new Golden Era of relations, the UK and China have set out to work together on a wide range of global issues, with healthcare representing a vitally important new area of collaboration.
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