What To Expect From India’s Proposed National Pharmaceutical Policy
Equity Or Royalty For Govt Sought Under R&D Policy
An updated National Pharmaceutical Policy aimed at enhancing India’s self-reliance and global competitiveness is on the cards. A focus on private-public partnering and academia-industry linkages means much of its success will depend on the ability of various parties to deliver within the constraints they operate in
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