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Global Supply Chain Scrutiny And Investment In Domestic Alternatives For US Drug Shortages

Executive Summary

Pharmaceutical supply chains may grow less efficient and less risk prone as US government gets more involved to ensure availability of pandemic and essential medicines. But what about pediatric oncology medicines and other treatments that save lives even though they may not be considered essential?

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