Gene chip technology gets a boost, adding further fuel to medical services and equipment investment fire

More clinicians and genomics companies will be heartened by the recent decision by the Ministry of Health to grant approval authority of gene chip diagnostic technology to provincial health authorities, and decentralize the decision-making process. Previously, only the Ministry had the power to sanc...

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