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As US residents make a run on potassium iodide, HHS lets stockpile expire

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It did not take long for a drug few people typically think about – potassium iodide – to suddenly be in worldwide demand after the nuclear disasters in Japan, triggered by the aftermath of the 11 March 8.9 earthquake and tsunami that followed.

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