A survey of 420 adults showed just 16% knew about drug shortages in cancer treatment and almost 90% said they would want to know when substituting a drug could lead to even small differences in efficacy or side effects. When drugs are in short supply, 35% of the adults in the survey said patients who would die soonest should get the drug first.
Survey finds few patients know about cancer drug shortages
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