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STAKEHOLDER COLLABORATION: The Prescription for Maintaining Quality in the Cold Chain

Contributor: Tom Grubb
Posted: 01/23/2013
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Temperature-sensitive pharmaceutical shipments are at once delicate and often expensive, and though the trip from manufacturer to patient is wrought with challenges, there is little room for error in transit.Successfully navigating the threats to air cargo in the cold chain means understanding the challenges, the requirements and the best methods

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Contributor: Tom Grubb