I snooped around--I remember my mother swearing by Titralac back in the late 60s until she died in 1991. Unfortunately, 3M discontinued manufacturing Titralac Oct. 12, 2012 (or that's when they announced it). People were pretty upset on the 3M facebook site (there is a customer service number there, not sure if that would allow someone to buy the stock from the company). Since it's not being made, sellers of leftover stock are charging an average of $0.45 a pill. I haven't seen anything under $45 or so for 100. People writing reviews on Amazon all say it's hard to impossible to find in stores. Sad...this was good stuff. But it may be that diligent searching can find other fans on message boards discussing what is the closest replacement out there. cm
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