The number of new drug shortages each year in the U.S., from 2001 through Dec. 21, 2012.
University of Utah
December 26, 2012 The short supply of a key drug to treat lymphoma forced doctors to switch to another medicine. Now researchers have documented that the fallback drug wasn't as good a choice as many doctors thought.
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July 14, 2010 Over the next few days, Tell Me More will take a closer look at the Obama administration's new drug policy and some of its treatment options.
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