China To Introduce Online Network To Ensure “Common-Use” Drug Access
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
China plans to introduce soon an online network to enable supervision of public access to "common-use" drugs, the country's vice premier says. Wu Yi made the announcement as part of her call for a stepped-up effort to ensure the safety of drug and food products made in China. She said the online supervisory network also would ensure the supply of the common-use drugs and make them more affordable to the public as part of more transparent government supervision. (Click here for more
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