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COVID-19-Induced Actemra Shortage Causes Headaches For CAR-T Centers

Some Hematologists Report Having Problems Scheduling Cell Therapy

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While some cancer centers report sufficient stocks of the drug, they have already been turning to potential alternatives due to supply issues that could last for weeks or months.

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