Make me ill?
No. Most expiration dates are placed as a quality measure... the point after which the manufacturer can no longer ensure that at least 90% of the drug is still active. Very few drugs degrade into toxic byproducts. Aspirin for example should not be taken after the expiration date as it turns into vinegar/acids.
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