Prevent Unnecessary Exposure to Hazardous Meds

Environmental contamination that could expose staff, patients, and visitors to hazardous meds is a bigger problem than once thought.

There are reports of chemo residue being found on elevator buttons and ink pens...and unit clerks testing positive for chemo meds in their urine.

It's scary because hazardous med exposure can lead to pregnancy loss, offspring with learning disabilities, and higher cancer risk.

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