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In this picture taken on March 4, 2019, Baby Jane Allas, a 38-year-old mother of five Filipina domestic worker who was sacked after she was diagnosed with cervical cancer, reacts as she waits to hear whether she has been granted a visa extension at the Immigration Office in Hong Kong. - The case of a Filipina domestic worker in Hong Kong who was sacked after she was diagnosed with cervical cancer -- leaving her without healthcare -- shines a light on the exploitation of tens of thousands of foreign women who toil as maids in the wealthy city. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with Hong Kong-Women-8March-rights-domestic,FOCUS by Elaine Yu (Photo credit should read ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP/Getty Images)

In this picture taken on March 4, 2019, Baby Jane Allas, a 38-year-old mother of five Filipina domestic worker who was sacked after she was diagnosed with cervical cancer, reacts as she waits to hear whether she has been granted a visa extension at the Immigration Office in Hong Kong. - The case of a Filipina domestic worker in Hong Kong who was sacked after she was diagnosed with cervical cancer -- leaving her without healthcare -- shines a light on the exploitation of tens of thousands of foreign women who toil as maids in the wealthy city. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with Hong Kong-Women-8March-rights-domestic,FOCUS by Elaine Yu        (Photo credit should read ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP/Getty Images)