Applied Pharmaceutical Innovation, a non-profit institute based at the U of A, is co-ordinating co-ordinating labs in Alberta to manufacture two drugs needed to put people on a ventilator. (Photo courtesy of API)

U of A pharmaceutical institute leads effort to fill looming hospital drug shortage

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A University of Alberta-initiated institute is leading a provincewide effort to fill the looming shortage of drugs that are vital in the fight against COVID-19.

Applied Pharmaceutical Innovation (API)—a not-for-profit institute housed within the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences to help commercialize pharmaceuticals—is co-ordinating labs across the Edmonton region to manufacture the drugs needed to put people on a ventilator….

https://www.folio.ca/u-of-a-pharmaceutical-institute-leads-effort-to-fill-looming-hospital-drug-shortage/

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