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For months, oncologists have warned that there is a serious shortage of the medications they need to treat their patients. The problem has gotten so bad that cancer care is being "rationed" in the US, says oncologist Ezekiel Emanuel in a New York Times opinion piece. Of the 34 generic cancer drugs on the market today, 14 are in short supply, Emanuel says, including drugs that are used to treat leukemia, lymphoma, and testicular cancer.

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