Drug shortages are not just a supply chain problem. They are a problem for patients. Sometimes these patients are so at risk, resolving the shortage could make the ultimate difference. During this Webinar you will meet Laura Bray, adjunct business professor, wife and mother of three. When her daughter was fighting Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia and her life saving medication was on a prolonged global shortage, Laura knew all the right questions to ask, actions to take and luckily, she met a myriad of helpers in the healthcare system at hospitals, distributors, pharmaceutical manufacturers and the FDA who were willing to help. Laura will be joined by one of those helpers and through this story you will see that by working proactively together with available tools and resources, it is possible to resolve and avoid drug shortages and the health crises they create.
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