TOKYO -- The Japanese government will cooperate with domestic manufacturers and hospitals to provide Japanese-style health examinations in Kazakhstan, in a move to promote its medical industry overseas.
The exam, called "ningen dock" in Japan, is a comprehensive screening that is very popular in the country, and can help discover cancer at its early stages or prevent lifestyle diseases.
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