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Most Americans are not aware of cancer drug shortages that might lead some patients to receive less effective or more toxic treatments, Reuters writes, citing a study in the Cancer journal. In a nationally representative survey of 420 adults, just 16 percent said they knew about shortages of oncology drugs, researchers found. Even among cancer survivors, just 31 percent were aware of drug shortages. Participants were more likely to be aware of drug shortages when they were white, older, employed, insured, and had more income and education, the study found.

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