Viagra Connect hits UK shelves
This article was originally published in OTC Bulletin & The Rose Sheet
Pfizer is preparing a wide-ranging consumer marketing campaign to support the launch of its Viagra Connect (50mg sildenafil) product in the UK, after the country’s first OTC medicine for erectile dysfunction hit the shelves yesterday.
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