... worry about keeping it below 10 degrees C` ?
Sorry about the very late response ... and I do realize you might have been overseas and back by now. This answer may help someone in future ... yes you need to keep Aranesp refrigerated. You may need cooler bag with an ice pack in it or something similar. Depending how long your flight is ... if your flight is long then please find out from the airline whether they can refrigerate some medicines for you. If it's a short flight then the cooler bag may be sufficient for that length of time until you reach your destination. Then you can put it in the fridge there.
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