Switched at birth, advanced liver cancer patient Yao Ce (right) and Guo Wei celebrate their birthday in Shanghai in June 2020. Photo: Jiemian.com Switched at birth, advanced liver cancer patient Yao Ce (right) and Guo Wei celebrate their birthday in Shanghai in June 2020. Photo: Jiemian.com
Switched at birth, advanced liver cancer patient Yao Ce (right) and Guo Wei celebrate their birthday in Shanghai in June 2020. Photo: Jiemian.com
China Society

Liver cancer patient switched at birth in critical condition as he waits on appeal against compensation ruling

  • Yao Ce made headlines last year when he found out staff at a hospital in China’s Henan province had ‘accidentally’ given his parents the wrong baby 28 years ago
  • Last month Yao and his family lodged an appeal against the amount the court awarded in compensation, which was far less than claimed

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Switched at birth, advanced liver cancer patient Yao Ce (right) and Guo Wei celebrate their birthday in Shanghai in June 2020. Photo: Jiemian.com Switched at birth, advanced liver cancer patient Yao Ce (right) and Guo Wei celebrate their birthday in Shanghai in June 2020. Photo: Jiemian.com
Switched at birth, advanced liver cancer patient Yao Ce (right) and Guo Wei celebrate their birthday in Shanghai in June 2020. Photo: Jiemian.com
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