We're seeing reports of meds and other products catching fire

We're seeing reports of meds and other products catching fire...and summertime could put more patients who use these at risk.

Some solvents and propellents are flammable when exposed to high temps...open flames...or static electricity.

For example, spray sunscreens or insect repellents that contain alcohol could ignite if a person sprays it near a grill or campfire.

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