It is with extreme concern that at ­present, and for sometime now, my CDAP (Chronic Disease Assistance ­Programme) prescription has not been filled, as I’m told it’s an “out of stock” situation that exists.

Further to this, two of my required medications for hypertension are also not available, and this is after checking around with several major pharmacies and agents for the drug.

This is my experience, and so it surely must be affecting others like myself. This situation is not a healthy one, and I do hope the relevant authorities correct this problem, and fast.

Richard Lobo

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