Maggie Fox

National Journal

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Managing Editor of Technology and Healthcare at National Journal

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A shortage of cancer drugs, anesthetics and other medications has been blamed for patient deaths in the past year, with more shortages predicted for this year.

President Obama Addresses Drug Shortages with Executive Order

A shortage of cancer drugs, anesthetics and other medications has been blamed for patient deaths in the past year, with more shortages predicted for this year.

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