Tom Kornberg

University of California at San Francisco

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Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics at the University of California at San Francisco, he was diagnosed with lymphoma two years ago and went through six months of chemotherapy

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Doctors and pharmacists are reporting a record number of drug shortages this year, drugs needed to treat child leukemia, breast and colon cancer, and infections.

Cancer Drug Shortages on the Rise

Doctors and pharmacists are reporting a record number of drug shortages this year, drugs needed to treat child leukemia, breast and colon cancer, and infections.

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Doctors and pharmacists are reporting a record number of drug shortages this year, drugs needed to treat child leukemia, breast and colon cancer, and infections.

Cancer Drug Shortages on the Rise

Doctors and pharmacists are reporting a record number of drug shortages this year, drugs needed to treat child leukemia, breast and colon cancer, and infections.

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