Adderall Shortage Worsens In Kansas City

Over the past few weeks we've seen a litany of panicked messages from parents and young adults desperately looking for the medication . . . Here's the word . . .

"The FDA first confirmed a nationwide shortage of Adderall in October, after a surge in demand for the attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder drug during the coronavirus pandemic. Although supply problems have improved since then, some pharmacies say they are still unable to keep the drug or its generic versions in stock."

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Adderall and ADHD medications still in short supply, although relief may be coming soon

Seven months into the nationwide shortage of Adderall, pharmacist Steve Moore still gets phone calls every day from people with ADHD asking whether he has the medication in stock. He'll occasionally get out-of-town visitors, too. "It's a pretty far drive," said Moore, who owns Condo Pharmacy in Plattsburgh, New York, a small city just south of the Canadian border.