A Study on Medical Biotechnology System from Legal Perspective
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With the progress and development of science and technology, medical biotechnology has made great progress, which created an objective market and lucrative returns for the medical and health industry as well as provided assistance for patients. However, the hidden risk of biotechnology may burst at any time and is not conducive to the health and safety of consumers and social stability. Therefore, regulation and control of the government over medical biotechnology research enterprises is particularly important, which requires the establishment of relevant legal systems. This paper attempts to find out the inadequacies of the existing laws and regulations related to medical biotechnology in China by evaluation so as to put forward some constructive suggestions to help establish a more perfect medical and biotechnology legal system. 

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