Only Markets Can Alleviate Drug Shortages

In Analysis by Michael Rae

The American Heart Association finds that over 1 million heart attacks occur in the United States every year. Fourteen percent of all heart attacks are fatal. Many heart attacks and other cardiovascular issues result from heart disease, which is even more common (and often more deadly).
When a heart attack happens, victims need immediate medical attention. In some cases, emergency heart surgery may be necessary. When it is, physicians often turn to a drug named Heparin.
Heparin is a popular and versatile agent that helps avoid blood clotting. It’s fast-acting properties and consistency make it one of the most commonly used medications

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