here's what I know to be true, a pharmacist has 6 years of training in drug reactions and interactions, a physician has 1 year only.
. 6...hmmm... who should we listen to...my vote is a pharmacist!!!
Also the verdicts are clear one that one has to look at the whole patient profile.
Toxicity is common with tylenol, even in children, certainly in sick livers, and unless one was early stage and no conflicks with ones P450 profile....