Beijing To Offer Free Anti-TB Drugs, Exams To Migrants
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
The Chinese capital of Beijing has decided to offer the same free access to anti-tuberculosis drugs for migrants as it does for Beijing citizens. The deputy director of the Beijing Municipal Health Bureau said the free drugs would be provided in addition to free exams for the disease. The official cited a TB increase among migrants and an increase in cases of drug-resistant versions of the disease. (Click here for more
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