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frozen procrit
Dec 2, 2006

what is the risk of using frozen procrit? I had to have my dosage Fedexed overseas to my hotel (forgot to pack it) and it probably was in the cargo bay of the airplane for 8+ hours.

Response from Dr. Frascino


Procrit should be stored at temperatures between 36 degrees and 46 degrees Fahrenheit (2 to 8 degrees Celsius). It should not be frozen or shaken vigorously.

I would recommend you arrange to get a fresh supply of Procrit. It's readily available around the world.

Bon voyage!

Dr. Bob

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