Japan Cell, Regenerative Therapy Environment ‘Exciting’ But Ongoing Dialog Needed
While the environment for cell and regenerative medicines in Japan is ‘exciting’ and positive, ongoing dialog with policy makers and regulators is needed to ensure a reflection of industry and patient concerns, one CEO says.
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