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July 13, 2011
The Wall Street Journal
"The vast majority of U.S. hospitals have restricted the use of life-saving chemotherapy drugs and other critical-care medications in the past six months to cope with unprecedented shortages, according to a survey released Tuesday.
More than 80% of hospitals surveyed by the American Hospital Association reported they had to delay treatment, and nearly 70% said patients received less effective substitute drugs….”
(click photo to read full article)
BY THE WAY, DID I TELL YOU THIS IS  ONLY GOING ON IN THE U.S.?
  1. July 13, 2011

    The Wall Street Journal

    "The vast majority of U.S. hospitals have restricted the use of life-saving chemotherapy drugs and other critical-care medications in the past six months to cope with unprecedented shortages, according to a survey released Tuesday.

    More than 80% of hospitals surveyed by the American Hospital Association reported they had to delay treatment, and nearly 70% said patients received less effective substitute drugs….”

    (click photo to read full article)

    BY THE WAY, DID I TELL YOU THIS IS  ONLY GOING ON IN THE U.S.?

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