Hospitals Prepare To Launch Their Own Drug Company To Fight High Prices and Shortages – NPR

Hospitals Prepare To Launch Their Own Drug Company To Fight High Prices and Shortages – NPR

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Hospitals Prepare To Launch Their Own Drug Company To Fight High Prices and Shortages
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Sometimes IV bags are hard for hospitals to come by. Other times it's injectable folic acid to treat anemias. Right now the tissue-numbing agent lidocaine is in short supply. Shortages of commonplace generic drugs have plagued hospitals in recent years.
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Statement by FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, MD, on formation of a new drug shortages task force and FDA's efforts …FDA.gov
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