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Natural Disaster Response

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Safe Drug Use after a Natural Disaster  Drugs can be damaged by flooding, contaminated water, or high temperatures. (Updated 10/24/2005)

Insulin Storage and Switching between Products in a Emergency  (Updated 10/24/2005)

Clinical Investigations Affected by a Disaster: Contact Information (Updated 8/29/2008)

Reporting Prescription Drug Sample Losses, Known Thefts, and Possible Diversion to the FDA in the Aftermath of a Natural Disaster (Updated 8/29/2008)

Insect Repellent Use and Safety in Children  (Updated 9/27/2005)

Hurricanes: Health and Safety Before and After a Storm (from FDA).  Information that applies to many kinds of disasters.

For questions about specific drug products, call the FDA general number: 1-888-INFO-FDA (1-888-463-6332)

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Date created: September 28, 2005; Last updated: August 29, 2008

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