This image provided by Pfizer Inc. shows a new print ad for Viagra, the world's top-selling erectile dysfunction drug. Executives at New York-based Pfizer hope the new ad campaign, which includes print ads in publications and a new 60-second television commercial, will nudge women to broach the subject with their mates.
This image provided by Pfizer Inc. shows a new print ad for Viagra, the world's top-selling erectile dysfunction drug. Executives at New York-based Pfizer hope the new ad campaign, which includes print ads in publications and a new 60-second television commercial, will nudge women to broach the subject with their mates. Uncredited AP
This image provided by Pfizer Inc. shows a new print ad for Viagra, the world's top-selling erectile dysfunction drug. Executives at New York-based Pfizer hope the new ad campaign, which includes print ads in publications and a new 60-second television commercial, will nudge women to broach the subject with their mates. Uncredited AP

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October 05, 2014 11:18 PM