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FDA’s Drug Shortage Prevention Tally: 96 Saves In Six Weeks

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At Senate hearing, the agency says an executive order has helped spur notifications, while the GAO suggests Congress require manufacturers to tell FDA about anything that could affect the drug supply. Reimbursement changes will not solve the shortage problem, an HHS official argues.

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