Drug used to treat Lyme disease is in short supply
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — An antibiotic used to treat Lyme disease is in short supply in Minnesota, forcing some clinics to scramble as the tick season arrives.
Doxycycline is ordinarily a cheap drug that's used to treat many diseases. It has been on the national drug shortage list since January because of manufacturing delays and rising demand.
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