CBS: Supply Chain Crisis Is Causing a ‘Urgent Public Health Crisis’ of Medication Shortages

‘Dozen of life saving drugs are in short supply’


O'DONNELL: “We want to turn now to what the ‎American Medical Association is ‎calling an urgent public health ‎crisis. And, believe it or not, ‎those supply chain issues are to ‎blame. ‎Dozens of life saving drugs are ‎in short supply forcing doctors ‎to use less effective ‎medications, I should say.” 

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