Can the Temperature Inside Your Mailbox Impact Mail-order Prescription Drugs?
Meet 34-year-old Scott Harper. Scott’s dilemma: his mailbox, sweltering Texas temps, and mail order prescriptions. One expert with Texas Tech’s pharmacy school says it adds up to potential trouble.
Amie Blaszczyk of Texas Tech Pharmacy School says “I would definitely encourage people who are receiving these medicines to inspect their medicines as much as possible.”
Pharmacist Wayne McMeans says “the average room temperature is what most products are listed at, to be stored”