Pediatric Promise: China Bets On Better Medicines Amid Three Child Policy Roll-Out
But Industry Incentives Still Limited
As China's regulators renew moves to encourage the development of pediatric medicines, indication expansion may give health players a new growth engine, despite remaining policy challenges and lingering market uncertainties.
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