Prof. Dr. Gerd Glaeske Foto Raphael Huenerfauth, Photothek.netProf. Dr. Gerd Glaeske Foto Raphael Huenerfauth, Photothek.net
Gerd Glaeske believes increasing supply shortages are likely

More than 75 percent of all medication prescriptions are so called generics. Most of these drugs are made in India and China. This means long supply chains. Quality, manufacturing conditions and reliability might suffer. In China, the regions in which the products are manufactured are also affected by the corona virus, which will certainly exacerbate the delivery difficulties.

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Prof. Dr. Gerd Glaeske
SOCIUM Research Center on Inequality and Social Policy
Mary-Somerville-Straße 3
28359 Bremen
Phone: +49 421 218-58559
E-Mail: gglaeske@uni-bremen.de