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Will World's Largest HCV Population Have Access To Newest Treatments?

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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With a large patient pool and a recent expansion of government reimbursement for costly peg-interferon therapies, China is poised to see an exponential growth in its hepatitis C virus treatment market, growing north of 80% in five years, according to a recent report by research firm Decision Resources

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