China Cancer Drug Off-Label Use: A Crossed Line?
Conflicts Of Interest, Promotion In Spotlight
Off-label use of cancer drugs in China is legal and even common in certain cases. But a line has been crossed in cases of active promotion and even conflicts of interest for some high-priced products and unproven cell therapies, unveiled by a Chinese physician whistleblower, regulatory observers say.
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