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China's Draft Cell Therapy Guidelines Draws Concern From Industry

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New draft guidelines could potentially create parallel clinical pathways for cell and gene therapies in China, and industry executives are worried about different standards for such emerging treatments in a country with the highest number of ongoing cell therapy trials in the world.

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