The Medical Letter on Drugs and Therapeutics
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Drugs Past Their Expiration Date
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Healthcare providers are often asked if drugs can be used past their expiration date. Because of legal restrictions and liability concerns, manufacturers do not sanction such use and usually do not even comment on the safety or effectiveness of their products beyond the date on the label. Since our last publication on this subject, more data have become available. ... more
     
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