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Mass. rule would allow drug sharing in crisis

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BOSTON (AP) — Hospitals in Massachusetts would be allowed to share compounded medications in the event of future drug shortages under an emergency rule approved Wednesday by state health regulators. The new regulation adopted by the Massachusetts Public Health Council stems from the deadly fungal meningitis outbreak that has been linked to a tainted steroid produced by the Framingham-based New...

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