Regulatory, Security Concerns Force Wuxi NextCODE To Cut China Ties
China Operations Face Potential Overhaul
As China tightens its grip over clinical research using human genetic data in the country, and the US increases scrutiny over the use of personal data, multinational drug developers may face a difficult choice or even create separate entities to cater to local regulatory requirements. WuXi NextCODE provides one interesting case study.
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