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Friend or Foe? The Role of Regulatory Relief in Drug Shortages

This article was originally published in The Gold Sheet

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FDA’s Janet Woodcock argues that strong enforcement prevents drug shortages, dismissing allegations that crackdown under Hamburg triggered shortage crisis. There is more agreement, however, on the role of other factors such as group purchasing organizations, or GPOs, in the crisis.

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