CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 13, 2012
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(Studio: Jon LaPook) The shortage of a cancer leukemia drug, methotrexate, for children examined; details given about the reasons for the shortage of this and other cancer drugs. [Cancer patient's father Mark SCHONEVELD- talks about treating her leukemia.] [Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Dr. John MARIS- says children could die without the drug methotrexate.] The lack of Congressional legislation to help the FDA avert the drug supply crisis discussed.
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