China Approves Record New Cancer, Orphan Drugs In 2020 But Access Challenges Remain
Rare Disease Therapies Nearly Double
Throughout 2020, China’s drive to introduce more and newer drugs to the market did not slow but was rather accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic. But can people afford them?
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