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People with ADHD are struggling to fill their prescriptions across the country

A pharmacist fills a prescription. (Chris Carlson/AP)
A pharmacist fills a prescription. (Chris Carlson/AP)

Last October, the Food and Drug Administration announced that there was a shortage of Adderall, one of the most common medications prescribed for ADHD. And the problem has only gotten worse, affecting nearly every type of medication for ADHD.

Here & Now‘s Scott Tong hears from Wilfred Chan, who’s been reporting on this issue for the Guardian.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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