For years, many people have used Tylenol to manage their pain. Tylenol is arguably the most popular over-the-counter pain reliever. But many people have had trouble finding Tylenol on their store shelves. McNeil, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson and the maker of Tylenol, issued recalls in 2009, 2010, and 2011. But why does it still seem impossible for some consumers to find Tylenol?
I've been asked if Tylenol is off the market by many arthritis patients who can't find the product. They want their brand name Tylenol and are not eager to switch to generic acetaminophen. I dug deeper and found the backstory of why Tylenol has been hard to find and what consumers should expect going forward. Learn more in Where Is Tylenol?
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