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In this Nov. 20, 2012 photo, 28-year-old HIV patient Wang Pinghe shows bottles of medicine pills he has been taking during an interview in Beijing, China. Wang has a tumor in his liver and he wants it surgically removed before it becomes life-threatening, but it will be hard to find a hospital that will do the operation because he has AIDS. In China, hospitals routinely reject people with HIV for surgery out of fear of exposure to the virus or harm to their reputations (AP Photo/Gillian Wong)

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In this Nov. 20, 2012 photo, 28-year-old HIV patient Wang Pinghe shows bottles of medicine pills he has been taking during an interview in Beijing, China. Wang has a tumor in his liver and he wants it surgically removed before it becomes life-threatening, but it will be hard to find a hospital that will do the operation because he has AIDS. In China, hospitals routinely reject people with HIV for surgery out of fear of exposure to the virus or harm to their reputations (AP Photo/Gillian Wong)
In this Nov. 20, 2012 photo, 28-year-old HIV patient Wang Pinghe shows bottles of medicine pills he has been taking during an interview in Beijing, China. Wang has a tumor in his liver and he wants it surgically removed before it becomes life-threatening, but it will be hard to find a hospital that will do the operation because he has AIDS. In China, hospitals routinely reject people with HIV for surgery out of fear of exposure to the virus or harm to their reputations (AP Photo/Gillian Wong)
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