First WHO prequalification a landmark for China's vaccine capabilities
This article was originally published in Scrip
In a sign of China's rising credibility as a potentially important future supplier to international inoculation programs, the World Health Organization has granted the first prequalification to a vaccine manufactured in the country.
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