We hear from an organic farmer in central Wisconsin who has operated a CSA program for nearly 20 years about how community supported agriculture has evolved. Then, we look at why drug shortages have increased sharply, leading to treatment delays, clinical complications, and substandard treatment.
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How to make the most of your CSA box
Community Supported Agriculture slots are filling up as spring nears. We talk with an organic farmer in central Wisconsin who has had a CSA program for nearly 20 years.
New drug shortages are on the rise. Here's what it looks like in Wisconsin.
A recent report from the U.S. Senate found that the number of new drug shortages nationwide rose by 30% between 2021 and 2022. We speak with two experts with SSM Health to learn how these shortages are affecting patients in Wisconsin.
- Shereen Siewert Host
- Mackenzie Krumme Producer
- Trevor Hook Producer
- Maria Lopez Technical Director
- Tony Schultz Guest
- David Krueger Guest
- Ariel Thurmer Guest
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