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What is Lantis Insulin (in 3ml Cartridges) overall Shelf Life if stored in a refrigerator at 36-46 F??

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Verwon Says:
 
There should be expiration dates on the package or provided on the labeling from the pharmacy, please follow their guidelines.

How long have you had it stored?

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