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Can Patients Move The Rare Disease Treatment Needle In China?

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Innovative orphan drug makers have so far largely shunned China but things could be changing. Chinese patient communities tell the Pink Sheet how they are increasingly taking it upon themselves to lobby regulators and persuade drug developers to include China in their clinical development consideration.

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