I can't imagine the makers having the recalled items off the shelves for five months and not providing information to consumers as to when we can expect to be able to find our product of choice back so we can purchase it again. I've used ES Bufferin for my back for 40 years and other products don't work as well.
16 May 2012
Have you tried taking 3 regular buffered aspirin, it would be like taking 2 extra strength ones? Here is a web site that sells generic buffered aspirin. There is no difference between that and the brand name except the price. I've taken generic excedrin for years. buycheapr.com/us/result.jsp?ga=us3&q=bufferin+extra+strength
Here is the FDA recall site fda.gov/Drugs/DrugSafety/DrugShortages/ucm050792.htm
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