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Gottlieb: Why FDA Must Help Restore Puerto Rico's Pharma Sector

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FDA commissioner underscores importance of restoring full production in Puerto Rico, where nearly 10% of all pharmaceuticals consumed in the US are made. Some plants have partially resumed operations under generator power, he notes, but the full recovery that at some point will be needed to prevent shortages will require restoring the island's power grid.

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