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A passenger suddenly fell ill with symptoms of coughing blood and quickening heartbeat on China Eastern Airlines flight MU587 from Shanghai Pudong Airport to New York on July 16. The airline crew found three Chinese and foreign doctors on board who checked the conditions of the patient.

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