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Sanofi Feeling Positive On Cialis Switch Progression As Q2 Sales Rise

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As Sanofi reports Consumer Healthcare second-quarter sales up by 9%, the company is hopeful it can progress its plan to switch erectile dysfunction drug Cialis in the US following a constructive meeting with the FDA.

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