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Compared with other countries, Chinese patients spend much more time online looking for medical information, and more likely to request a prescription change.
The power of WeChat is so strong that doctors install fewer medical apps, because they find subscribing to medical accounts is enough.
About 10% Chinese adult are diabetes patients while another 36% of them are in the pre-diabetes stage.
Patients with diabetes in urban China have much more interest in connected glucose monitors than in other countries.
New incidents of breast cancer have been growing quickly. In 2015, breast cancer is the fifth most common cancer type.
The ratio is lowest among 10 countries monitored by Kantar Health.
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