China to approve imports of hemophilia treatment

09/20/2007 | China Daily (Beijing)

China plans to approve imports of a Bayer Healthcare recombinant-clotting factor to ease the country's current medication shortage for hemophilia patients. Officials stressed they are not easing an existing ban on imported blood and plasma-derived products because the treatment is not made from human plasma.

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