ADHD Sufferers Fear An Adderall Shortage

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Caroline Smith, has an Adderall prescription
Richard Knox, health correspondent, NPR
Dr. James McGough, professor of psychiatry, UCLA School of Medicine

Up to 15 million children and adults are thought to have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Many of them take Adderall to treat it. In recent weeks, some patients have complained they can't find the drug in pharmacies and fear it's the latest prescription medication to face a shortage.

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