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Tylenol Ad Claim For Aspirin Users Should Not Imply NSAID Inferiority – NAD

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An ad touting Extra Strength Tylenol as "doctor recommended" for patients on a low-dose aspirin regimen should be modified to exclude inferences that ibuprofen has a deleterious effect on aspirin's cardiovascular benefits, according to the National Advertising Division

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