New regulations that require pharmaceutical companies to report expected shortages for certain kinds of drugs six months before the shortages occur will not help solve the problem, according to a Mackinac Center expert. John Graham, director of health studies at the Pacific Research Institute and an adjunct scholar with the Center, explains the problem in a Detroit Free Press commentary today. He takes a closer look and offers solutions in this recent study.

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