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Investigators Deepen Criminal Probe Into Chinese Vaccine Producer; Regulators Revoke Production License For Rabies Inoculation

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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BEIJING - Executives at leading Chinese drug maker Simcere Pharmaceutical disclosed that regulators have revoked the production license for a rabies vaccine made by recently acquired Jiangsu Yanshen Biological Technology

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