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FDA Focusing On Drug Shortage Risks From Puerto Rico Hurricane

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FDA has identified more than 40 high-priority drug products from at least five companies and is offering assistance to resume operations, including 'coordinating transport of certain critical drugs out of Puerto Rico.'

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