Nearly 700 Drugs Sold In Beijing Are Markup-Free
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Beijing has increased the number of markup-free drugs sold at community health clinics by 180 to 699 this year and drugs covered by health insurance by 224 to 1,435.
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