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  1. Nov 2017
    1. To be safe, always pack all medications in your carry on—never in checked luggage. Airplanes don't have refrigerators. If you have a drug that must be kept cold, ask your pharmacist how to package it safely for travel.

      This is great information for travelers as they often have many questions about where to carry their medications and whether or not they need to be documented in the checked luggage.

    1. Under the ACAA(Section 382.57), the airlines are not allowed to charge you for your dialysis machine.iii

      This is great information to be sharing with clients when educating them about life style changes and considerations.

    2. Plan to arrive at the airport two hours early; it takes time to talk to airline agents who don’t know about travel with a dialysis machine.

      One would think that this information would be passed on to anyone that's in charge or interacts with client's assistive devices.