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ADHD Drug Shortage to End in April. Boston ADHD Treatment Services Available.

April 9, 2012|

If you fill prescriptions to treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), such as Ritalin or Adderall, you know the generic versions of these medications have been in limited supply since 2011.

But drug makers have told the Food and Drug Administration that they will release enough medication–particularly the short-acting versions of these drugs–in April, which should end the shortage, according to FDA spokesperson, Shelly Burgess.

If you believe you have symptoms of ADHD, neuropsychological testing can aid in determining whether a diagnosis of ADHD is appropriate for you. If you have already been diagnosed with ADHD, treatments and Cogmed Working Memory Training is also available.

via FDA says ADHD drug shortage to end in April.

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