In Greece, pharmacists reported that the list of missing medicines far exceeded official figures.
The statement issued by the Attica Pharmacists Association (FSA) stated that at the time when a shortage of medicines appeared, which was closed within the scope of the Ministry of Health’s procedures, more medicines were added to the missing list.
And it was stated in the statement that many medicines such as antibiotics, tetanus vaccine, insulin, heart and inhaled medicines are not available in the market, and that it is not possible to guarantee the stability of the supply of these medicines in the near future.
Pharmacists report that the updated list of missing medicines released by the National Medicines Organization EOF includes 235 medicines, but the actual list is much longer.
Ezkasi Anna Kostantinidi told Anadolu Agency, “There are medicines that are not available in the market but are in great demand. For example, antibiotics that are widely used are not available. We have patients who need insulin, and we cannot provide these medicines to patients like Alzheimer’s medicines.” He said.
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