Gene And Cell Therapies In Asia: Pricing, Manufacturing Stand-Out Issues in Supportive Japan Ecosystem
The Japanese environment for cell and gene therapies and regenerative medicine in general continues to be highly supportive. But will pricing pressures under the NHI scheme move to the fore as more expensive products come to market?
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