Viagra, the most popular impotence drug, is facing a competition on the pharmaceutical market. Levitra pills are now available in American drug stores. The new anti-impotence drug is marketed by the British firm GlaxoSmithKline.
The pharmaceutical qualities of the new drug are similar to the ones of Viarga: an erection may appear in 16 minutes after taking the pill and it may appear any time after that, up to five hours later. That is why, Levitra producers are preparing for a serious struggle on the market of anti-impotence drugs, which is presumably controlled by the company Pfizer and its product Viagra.
The campaign to market the new drug will become one of the most important directions in GlaxoSmithKline's activity. Spokespeople for Pfizer have not expressed any concerns regarding Viagra's future sales. Pfizer is ready for the competition.