I'll be needing to get a prescription for malarone for my upcoming trip to southern africa. I have 16 of these tablets on hand at the moment but they are 2 years old. The pharmacy label indicates that they should be disposed of after a year. Maybe that directive is right on; maybe not. Just wanting to know if 2 year old tablets are still good, or if I should just start completely over. I'll be needing about 30. Big, big dent in the pocketbook, but obviously I don't want to get malaria.
Shelf life of malarone?
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