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A mainland Chinese client receives testing during a checkup at the private (up market) St. John's Medical Clinic in Shanghai, China. Health care in urban China varies drastically. Those who can afford it can find some of the best treatment in the world, while those who can not afford it are left financially crippled by inadequate insurance policies. Rural health care is at least a decade or more behind.