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Topic - Michael R. Cohen
A severe shortage of drugs for chemotherapy, infections and other serious ailments is endangering patients and forcing hospitals to buy life-saving medications from secondary suppliers at huge markups because they can't get them any other way.
The drugs may be stolen and hospitals can't always tell whether a medicine was properly refrigerated, as required for many injectable drugs, or whether it's past the expiration date, said Michael R. Cohen, a pharmacist and president of the institute.
The drugs may be stolen and hospitals can't always tell whether a medicine was properly refrigerated _ as required for many injectable drugs _ or whether it's past the expiration date, said Michael R. Cohen, a pharmacist and president of the institute.