Pharmacists and Patients are seeing Drug Shortages

There's a pharmaceutical shortage in the U.S. and patients and pharmacists are worried. Health Business Expert Todd Furniss says semaglutides are one of the most scarce. "Drugs that are getting a lot of attention right now fight against adult obesity. Almost 40% of American adults are obese. " Furniss adds that during and after Covid, anti-anxiety drug Aderall became very popular and is now harder to find. "People who needed to stay focused with ADHD problems and many needed Adderall to overcome this."

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He says the U.S. could do better. "We not managing our supply chain very well right now. We get a lot of our meds -and med components- out of China right now. What we really need to be doing is putting our drug manufacturing money into the United States."

Furniss predicts the shortages will continue into 2023.

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