The ADHD drug market is already stretched thin. Now it’s facing a back-to-school supply strain
KEY POINTS: It’s been 10 months since the Food and Drug Administration first announced a nationwide shortage of Adderall — and the supply strain could potentially worsen in the months ahead. Some experts noted they’re concerned about market conditions as children, who are commonly affected by ADHD, head back to school. It’s nearly impossible to know when the shortages will end — or what exactly can be done to resolve them — because of the lack of transparency in the pharmaceutical industry.