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0 thoughts on “Study: Expiration dates have nothing to do with shelf life of drugs

  1. Eric B.

    I looked at my ordinary Oral-B dental floss today and it has an expiry date. Really? How can dental floss go bad??

    Sounds like a marketing ploy to me.

  2. Jared Bernstein

    Thanks. That's a helpful note, but ... what is the shelf life of Aspirin?
    If the bottle says 2007 for coated 81g pills, should they work in 2015?