Cialis Promises Chinese Couples Marital Bliss

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Chinese ED Medicine
From Reuters

By Kirby Chien and Jerker Hellstrom

BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Eli Lilly & Co., maker of impotence drug Cialis, hopes that Chinese couples who might resort to traditional aphrodisiacs or divorce court to resolve sexual problems will seek marital bliss with its own remedy.

The U.S. drugmaker launched a marketing campaign for Cialis in the world's most populous country on Thursday with the release of a survey showing that 45 percent of middle-aged Chinese couples had experienced erectile dysfunction problems.

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Tango’s Take

This is just one more instance of the ‘developing world’ catching up with the ‘developed world.’ Sure quality sex is fun and it will keep the masses happy, but isn’t this somewhat in contrast with the Chinese government’s one child policy? Don’t the Chinese know how babies are made? And why aren’t they giving rhino horn and ginseng more of a chance? Maybe these should consult the Malaysians (see March 20th’s Dish on Malaysian herbal Viagra).

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