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Fri Nov 14 12:31:39 1997
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Date: Fri, 14 Nov 1997 11:44:49 -0800 (PST)
From: Rosalind Mincher <email @ redacted>
Subject: Re: [IP] Humalog
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Hi, I learned from this group that humalog must be refrigerated. If not, 
then it is gone in 28 days. I dug out the paper in the insulin bottle's 
box and read and in tiny, tiny print it says keep it refrigerated or it 
is only good for 28 days. Otherwise the printed expiration is valid. I 
had experienced some highs because I had been leaving my bottle out of 
fridge. I think you had not joined the group at that point. At any rate I 
leave my bottles in fridge except for 5 min or so before I change my set. 
Then back to the fridge and I have not had any trouble from the insulin 
not working since I started using the fridge. Take care, Roz