China FDA Highlights Product Recalls, Manufacturers Urged To Make Rapid Responses
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Despite being one of the largest medical product markets in the world, China has seen few product recalls. The situation could be changing however as China FDA has requested drug and device manufacturers to quickly withdraw products that have deficiencies and potential safety risks.
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