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Cell Therapies Forge Ahead In Japan with Reimbursement, Approval Decisions

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A controversial cell therapy for spinal injuries receives coverage under Japan’s national health scheme, amid signs that the pricing of regenerative therapies may come under more scrutiny, while the first CAR-T treatment in the country takes a step closer to market.

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