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What appears to be happening, according to researchers, is “manufacturers see the mismatch between supply and demand and increase the price of the drug in an opportunistic manner.” (Photo: Shutterstock)

Drug prices increased at roughly twice their usual rate after shortages developed, a study found, suggesting that pharmaceutical companies may be reaping additional profits when urgently needed medicines become scarce.

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