Immune Combination Therapy Helps Patients With Advanced Liver Cancer RecoverLiver cancer is the third leading cancer killer in Hong Kong, with 1,447 deaths in 2021, accounting for 9.6 percent of all cancer-related deaths. Unfortunately, only one out of five patients is suitable for surgical resection treatment, and terminal patients are usually deemed unsuitable. However, there are advanced liver cancer patients in Hong Kong who successfully shrink their tumors after undergoing one year of immune combination therapy. They can then undergo resection surgery to ‘zero out’ the tumor. According to the Hong Kong Liver and Gastrointestinal Cancer Foundation, tumor removal surgery is the first choice treatment for early to mid-stage liver cancer. Surgery is not suitable if the tumor is too large, if it has invaded major blood vessels, or if cancer cells have spread. Immunotherapy activates autoimmunity against cancer cells....

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'Shame on Zhu Yi': China Turns on US-Born OlympianA car rammed into the Chinese consulate in San Francisco, coming to a stop in the lobby, and ended with the police fatally shooting the driver. A desperate father of a Chinese-Israeli woman is worrying for his daughter’s safety after Hamas abducted her. Plus, what are some Taiwanese people worried about amid the Israel–Hamas conflict? More protests are breaking out during China’s National Day, while in-house armed forces units are set up inside Chinese state-owned enterprises. What are the military garrisons preparing for? Topics in this episode: Driver Crashes into Chinese Consulate, Dies After Being Shot by San Fran Police Updates on Israel-Gaza Conflict Schumer Asks Xi to Appoint Officials on Fentanyl Taiwan Seeks ‘Peaceful Coexistence’ with China: President Tsai Ing-Wen New Protests in China as State-Owned Companies Install Military Units Filipino Diplomat Present in near Miss with China Ships Chinese Developer Kaisa Faces Debt Troubles India Arrests Chinese Exec in Money Laundering Case Other ‘Missing’ Chinese Executives EU Anti-Subsidy Probe to Examine Chinese Steelmakers Country Garden: Can’t Meet All Offshore Debt Payments What’s at Stake for China in the Middle East? Views expressed in this video are opinions of the host and guests, and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Epoch Times....

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Taiwan Seeks 'Peaceful Coexistence' With China, President SaysTAIPEI—Taiwan seeks “peaceful coexistence” with China with free and unrestricted interaction but the island will be democratic for generations to come, President Tsai Ing-wen said in her last national day speech on Tuesday. Taiwan, claimed by the Chinese regime as its own territory, has come under increasing military and political pressure from Beijing, including two major sets of Chinese war games near the island since August of last year, heightening fears of a conflict which would have global ramifications. Ms. Tsai, who cannot stand again as president at elections in January after two terms in office, has repeatedly offered talks with China’s ruling communist party (CCP), which has rejected them as it views her as a separatist from their communist state....

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CCP Is 'Fully Supporting' Palestinians Amid Israel-Hamas War: Gordan ChangThe Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) reaction to the deadly attack on Israel by the Hamas terrorists revealed that it’s on the side of Palestinians, according to Gordan Chang, author of “The Coming Collapse of China” and “China Is Going to War.” On Sunday, China’s foreign ministry issued its first statement, expressing its deep concerns about the “escalation of tensions and violence between Palestine and Israel.” Without naming Hamas, the ministry’s spokesperson urged “relevant parties” to “remain calm, exercise restraint, and immediately end the hostilities.”  Beijing’s stance is in sharp contrast with responses from Western countries. From U.S. President Joe Biden to European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, many world leaders have condemned the sudden attacks by the Islamic terrorist group Hamas starting from Saturday morning that have killed more than 1,600 and wounded thousands on both sides so far....

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