U.S. Vital Medicine Shortage Undersco...

U.S. Vital Medicine Shortage Underscores Need for National Stockpile

There are 2 comments on the International Business Times story from Aug 20, 2011, titled U.S. Vital Medicine Shortage Underscores Need for National Stockpile. In it, International Business Times reports that:

U.S. Government officials and Congressional lawmakers, along with drug industry and doctors' groups, are scrambling to find remedies for the critical shortage of a number of drugs that treat life-threatening illnesses, including bacterial infection and several forms of cancer.

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business as usual

Colorado Springs, CO

#1 Aug 21, 2011
sounds like pork. payback for all those campaign donations and golf junkets to tropical locations that big pharma provides for it's friends.
Phil Gray

San Jose, CA

#2 Oct 25, 2011
O please Doctor Lawrence O Smiley, please cure me!
I have no sex organs whatever. So the gays don't want me and the straights don't want me and the transsexables dont want me and none of the women or N-words or jews or mexicans or flatlanders want me. Give me something to make me forgert.

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