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Evaluation of generic drugs urged


The State Council on March 5 decided to launch a consistency evaluation for the quality and curative effect of generic drugs, which is expected to stimulate the upgrade and structural adjustment of the pharmaceutical industry.

State Council eyes TCM development


The State Council on Feb 26 issued a guideline on developing traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) during the period of 2016-30.

Full transcript of the State Council policy briefing on Nov 13, 2015


Recently, the State Council reviewed and passed a plan regarding the combination of medical care and services for the elderly。

China sets up new system to optimize medical resources


The General Office of the State Council issued a statement, asking its departments and local authorities to set up a system allowing hospitals to target specific patient groups so that medical resources can be utilized more efficiently.

Regulations of the People’s Republic of China on Traditional Chinese Medicine


These Regulations are formulated to inherit and develop the science of traditional Chinese medicine, ensure and promote the development of traditional Chinese medicine undertaking, and protect people’s health.

Regulations on Preparedness for and Response to Emergent Public Health Hazards


These Regulations are formulated for the purposes of effectively preventing, timely controlling, minimizing and eliminating emergent public health hazards, safeguarding the health of the public and the safety of their lives, and maintaining normal social order.

Regulations on Human Organ Transplantation


These Regulations are formulated for the purpose of standardizing transplantation of human organs, ensuring the quality of medical treatment, safeguarding human health and protecting the lawful rights and interests of citizens.

Regulations on the Work of Family Planning Among the Migrant Population


These Regulations are formulated in accordance with the Population and Family Planning Law of the People’s Republic of China, for the purpose of strengthening the work of family planning among the migrant population through embedding management in the provision of services, safeguarding the lawful rights and interests of the migrant population and maintaining the low fertility level.

Link: China's Central Government / World Health Organization / United Nations Population Fund / UNICEF in China

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