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Dealing with Hazardous Waste at Home (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Hazardous drugs are medications that can be harmful to anyone who is exposed to them. Generally, drugs are identified as a ‘low’, ‘medium’, or ‘high’ hazard risk. In the first 48 hours after your chemotherapy treatment, your body might get rid of some of the drug through body wastes and/or body fluids. These wastes and fluids can be harmful to others in the first 48 hours. This describes how to deal with hazardous waste. (English) Colour

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257404
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Dealing with Hazardous Waste at Home (Fraser Health) [Arabic] Permalink Public

Hazardous drugs are medications that can be harmful to anyone who is exposed to them. Generally, drugs are identified as a ‘low’, ‘medium’, or ‘high’ hazard risk. In the first 48 hours after your chemotherapy treatment, your body might get rid of some of the drug through body wastes and/or body fluids. These wastes and fluids can be harmful to others in the first 48 hours. This describes how to deal with hazardous waste. (Arabic) Colour

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English (257404), Arabic (264747), Chinese - Traditional (264748), Chinese - Simplified (264749), Persian - Farsi (264750), Punjabi (264751)

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264747
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Dealing with Hazardous Waste at Home (Fraser Health) [Punjabi] Permalink Public

Hazardous drugs are medications that can be harmful to anyone who is exposed to them. Generally, drugs are identified as a ‘low’, ‘medium’, or ‘high’ hazard risk. In the first 48 hours after your chemotherapy treatment, your body might get rid of some of the drug through body wastes and/or body fluids. These wastes and fluids can be harmful to others in the first 48 hours. This describes how to deal with hazardous waste. (Punjabi) Colour

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English (257404), Arabic (264747), Chinese - Traditional (264748), Chinese - Simplified (264749), Persian - Farsi (264750), Punjabi (264751)

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264751
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Dealing with Hazardous Waste at Home (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

Hazardous drugs are medications that can be harmful to anyone who is exposed to them. Generally, drugs are identified as a ‘low’, ‘medium’, or ‘high’ hazard risk. In the first 48 hours after your chemotherapy treatment, your body might get rid of some of the drug through body wastes and/or body fluids. These wastes and fluids can be harmful to others in the first 48 hours. This describes how to deal with hazardous waste. (Chinese - Traditional) Colour

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English (257404), Arabic (264747), Chinese - Traditional (264748), Chinese - Simplified (264749), Persian - Farsi (264750), Punjabi (264751)

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264748
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Dealing with Hazardous Waste at Home (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Simplified] Permalink Public

Hazardous drugs are medications that can be harmful to anyone who is exposed to them. Generally, drugs are identified as a ‘low’, ‘medium’, or ‘high’ hazard risk. In the first 48 hours after your chemotherapy treatment, your body might get rid of some of the drug through body wastes and/or body fluids. These wastes and fluids can be harmful to others in the first 48 hours. This describes how to deal with hazardous waste. (Chinese - Simplified) Colour

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English (257404), Arabic (264747), Chinese - Traditional (264748), Chinese - Simplified (264749), Persian - Farsi (264750), Punjabi (264751)

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264749
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Dealing with Hazardous Waste at Home (Fraser Health) [Persian - Farsi] Permalink Public

Hazardous drugs are medications that can be harmful to anyone who is exposed to them. Generally, drugs are identified as a ‘low’, ‘medium’, or ‘high’ hazard risk. In the first 48 hours after your chemotherapy treatment, your body might get rid of some of the drug through body wastes and/or body fluids. These wastes and fluids can be harmful to others in the first 48 hours. This describes how to deal with hazardous waste. (Persian - Farsi) Colour

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English (257404), Arabic (264747), Chinese - Traditional (264748), Chinese - Simplified (264749), Persian - Farsi (264750), Punjabi (264751)

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264750
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