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Video: Notify TSA Agents of Prescription Medication at Airport Security Checkpoints

I f you travel with pharmaceutical medication through airports located within the United States, you are advised to notify agents of the Transportation Security Administration of any prescriptions you possess; and you must separate said medications from your other belongings and show them before the screening process begins at an airport security checkpoint.

A new video with details of this advisory was released called “Traveling with Prescription Medications.” The video features two representatives of the United States United States Public Health Service of the Food and Drug Administration of the United States: Lindsay Davison, Lieutenant; and Mary E. Kremzner, Pharm.D., Captain.

Here is the video:

Failure to notify agents of the Transportation Security Administration of any prescriptions you possess at an airport security checkpoint in the United States could lead to you being delayed.

Photograph and video courtesy of the Food and Drug Administration of the United States.

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