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Last November, staff at the QEH realized temperatures in the machine being used to store the cancer-treatment medication?had been fluctuating up and down for more than five months

That meant that at least some of the time, the drugs were being stored at temperatures above the pharmaceutical manufacturers’ recommendations.

The recommended maximum temperature was 8 CHis full vaccination before arriving in Canada, an, but temperatures inside the industrial cooling unit went as high as 15 C, hospital staff learned from the fridge’s logsas is currently required for trans-Pacific and inter-island travel.?

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