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Drug Shortages

A drug shortage is a situation in which an authorization holder for a drug is unable to meet the demand for the drug. Drug shortages can include temporary disruptions or permanent discontinuances in the production and supply of a drug. Drug shortages are a complex, global problem. They might arise from any number of possible causes, including production issues, sole source contracting, unexpected surges in demand for a drug, and difficulties accessing raw supplies. (Health Canada)

For more Health Canada information on drug shortages in Canada, click here.

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