Massachusetts public health regulators Wednesday adopted emergency regulations that will allow hospitals to share medications to address drug shortages created by the closure of two specialty pharmacies following a national outbreak of fungal meningitis. The rules adopted by the state’s Public Health Council, an appointed board of professors, clinicians, and public health advocates, will go into effect Dec. 1.
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