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December 2011/January 2012
Policy and Advocacy
IDSA Raises Alarm on Anti-Infective Drug Shortages

In a recent statement (PDF) to Congress, IDSA highlighted serious anti-infective shortages and their impact on patient care and public health, and offered strategies to address the problem. A review article and related commentary published in January in Clinical Infectious Diseases also underscored the threat to public health and patient safety posed by these shortages.
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