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China Vice Premier Presses System To Ensure Access To Essential Drugs

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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China's vice premier is promoting a change in the country's health system to ensure that more people can have access to essential drugs. Li Keqiang, who also heads the State Council's health reform advisory group, said an essential medicines system and a reform of state-run hospitals are major projects for the government. Both reform programs are part of a three-year reform plan at a cost of $124 billion for this year alone. A list of essential drugs already has been drawn up and caps set on the price hospitals would pay. (Click here for more
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