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FDA’s Drug Shortage Anniversary A Happy Occasion For The Agency

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In the six months since an executive order encouraged firms to provide early notification of potential shortages, FDA has prevented 128 of them, FDA Commissioner Hamburg reports. She attributes the success to manufacturers’ early notification of potential disruptions in drug supply.

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