Safety and Efficacy of TYLENOL®

The safety and efficacy of TYLENOL® has been well established through clinical studies and decades of actual use.1-3

Proven analgesic efficacy and an outstanding safety profile when used as directed1-5

TYLENOL® offers a wide range of options and may be recommended up to 4000 mg/day safely for a wide range of patients.6

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