tions for 222 domestically developed Class-1 new innovative drugs, while the figure
上海龙凤品茶微信s for 2017 were 402 and 181. Class-1 new drugs refer to drugs that have never been mark
eted in China or overseas, and innovative drugs means drugs with independent intellectual property rights.上海龙凤品茶微信
Among all the applications in 2018, 403 applications were for 198 drugs’ clinical trial approv
als, and 45 were for market approval for 24 drugs, while in 2017, 379 applications were for clinical trial appro
vals, involving 171 drugs, and 23 applications were for market approval, involving 10 drugs.
上海龙凤In 2018, 323 applications were for 115 chemical drugs, and 123 were for 106 biologics, while
in 2017, 324 applications were for 112 chemical drugs and 76 applications were for 68 biologics.
上海龙凤品茶微信Song Ruilin, executive president of the China Pharmaceutical Innovatio
n and Research Development Association, said Chinese pharmaceutical companies have ma
上海龙凤de remarkable progress in innovative drug research and development in the past few years,
especially in the area of biologics, thanks to their focus on innovation and homegrown R&D.
“In terms of pharmaceutical innovation, where we are now is completely different from where we were 15 years ago,” he said.上海龙凤
“Chinese companies used to focus on generics, but now they have been buil
ding up R&D capabilities and many invest generously in innovative drugs.”
上海龙凤品茶微信From 1949 to 2008, less than five domestically developed drugs were approved by Chine
se authorities, while from 2008 to 2018, the number increased by about 10 times to about 40, according to Song.上海龙凤
In 2018, nine Class-1 new drugs developed by domestic pharmaceutical companies wer
上海龙凤品茶微信e approved in China, figures from the National Medical Products Administration showed.
Most of the nine new drugs are treatments for cancer or rare diseases, or anti-virus therapies tha
t are urgently needed in medical practice, according to the National Medical Products Administration.
China this time. The future of China and Asia is closely related to the Arctic and I’m delighted to see China actively participating i
n Arctic-related dialogues and collaborations with a constructive attitude,” said Grimsson, president of the forum.
Around 500 ambassadors, scholars and entrEditor’s note: Many Chines
e moms tend to get angry when helping their kids do homework. So stressed out are some mom
s that one suffered a heart attack and ended up in a hospital last year. Why do Chinese mothers get so tense when it comes
to their kids’ education, and what should be done to ease their nerves? With Mothers’ Day just a day away, two experts share thei
r views on the issue with China Daily’s Yao Yuxin. Excerpts follow:epreneurs from home and abroad as well as representatives of Arctic indi
genous organizations participated in the forum, which runs through Saturday. Topics included “Polar Silk Road”, sci
ence and innovation, transportation and investment, sustainable development, ocean, energy and governance.
raduate department, said China has trained hundreds of foreign space engineers since the mid-1990s.
However, those training sessions were mostly occasional, often accompanied a satellite export deal, and were mainly focu
sed on ground-based control and applications of satellites rather than their design and production, the director said.
“However, in recent years, along with the expansion in our cooperation in the space indu
stry with other countries, many of our foreign partners voiced their hopes that we could hold some sort of syst
ematic training programs to help them create their own spacecraft designers and technicians,” he said.
Therefore, he said, “We decided to open a two-year postgraduate prog
ram and then sent the message to countries having space cooperation with China.”