China hunts for $88M in vaccines diverted to black market

Chinese authorities have arrested a mother-and-daughter team that is accused of illegally buying nearly $90 million worth of vaccines from producers and selling them on the black market. Authorities are now trying to track down the meds, which they believe were not properly stored and shipped before being sold. Read the FiercePharmaAsia story

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