R&D Executives Seek China Role In Clinical Development
What excites R&D heads and executives when it comes to China? Regulatory reforms, certainly, but emerging technologies including AI could position China for a bigger play, going by discussions at a recent forum that saw AstraZeneca, Sanofi, Beigene and Jiangsu Hengrui executives debate future biopharma development in China.
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