CDC: Poor refrigeration biggest cause of wasted vaccines

The CDC estimates that $20 million worth of vaccines against diseases such as flu, diphtheria, polio and chicken pox are wasted every year, primarily due to inadequate refrigeration at clinics, hospitals and doctors' offices. Recommendations to fix the problem include requiring refrigerator inspections in clinics and using alarms to ensure proper temperatures are maintained.

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