Hurricane Damage in Puerto Rico Leads to Fears of Drug Shortages Nationwide - New York Times

A factory owned by the pharmaceutical company Mylan, which makes the childhood leukemia drug methotrexate, in Caguas, P.R., is one of 80 drug manufacturing plants struggling to stave off shortages of critical medicines in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.

Saline supply hamstrung by Puerto Rico disaster - ModernHealthcare.com

The natural disaster in Puerto Rico has knocked out the manufacturing capacity for sodium chloride and dextrose at one of two major suppliers, and that could send a ripple effect throughout the U.S. healthcare industry. Baxter International is the ...