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Ram Bahadur Jafra and his two brothers crouch on a field, picking through blades of grass and staring at the soil. They have traveled five days by foot to a Himalayan meadow at a 4,300 meter elevation deep inside Nepal's Dolpa district. They came, as tens of thousands do each year, to harvest a highly valuable commodity from the high-altitude soil: the Himalayan caterpillar fungus -- also known as Himalayan Viagra.

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Beware, some Google+ 'invites' are really spamupdated: Mon Jul 04 2011 15:50:00

OK, Google+, you're a bona fide Web sensation now. Which is to say, you've inspired your very own spam.

Psychologist: Proof of hundreds of rape cases during Libya's warupdated: Mon May 23 2011 11:48:00

In the rebel stronghold of Benghazi, Libya the whispers and rumors about rape being used as a tool of war by Moammar Gadhafi's troops are coming from all corners of society, from rebel fighters to doctors and citizens, who have come in contact with families displaced by the conflict.

ICC to investigate reports of Viagra-fueled gang-rapes in Libyaupdated: Tue May 17 2011 23:12:00

Security forces in Libya are allegedly using sexual enhancement drugs as a "machete" and gang-raping women they stop at checkpoints, the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court has said.

Libya troops using rape as a weapon?updated: Tue May 17 2011 23:12:00

A chief prosecutor in Libya says forces loyal to Gadhafi are using Viagra to aid in the rapes of women.

UK supermarket chain to sell Viagraupdated: Mon Sep 27 2010 00:02:00

A major British supermarket chain plans to start selling Viagra over the counter starting Monday.

Ladies: 5 ways to feel sexy againupdated: Thu Jun 24 2010 08:26:00

Losing interest in sex would be unfortunate for most people, but for Linda Poelzl it was a professional hazard.

Feds examine 'female Viagra'updated: Mon Jun 21 2010 11:44:00

An FDA panel will decide whether or not to approve filbanserin based on safety and efficacy.

FDA committee says drug dubbed 'female Viagra' isn'tupdated: Sat Jun 19 2010 10:22:00

The little pink pill is being put on hold.

FDA: 'Female Viagra' results 'not compelling'updated: Wed Jun 16 2010 18:02:00

A Food and Drug Administration review of data on the effectiveness of flibanserin -- a pill anticipated to become the first "female Viagra" -- resulted in questions about how well the drug will actually work in treating premenopausal women suffering from low sex drive.

Fake Tamiflu 'out-spams Viagra on Web'updated: Fri Jul 03 2009 12:55:00

The number of Internet scammers offering fake anti-swine flu drug Tamiflu has surpassed those selling counterfeit Viagra, a UK body said Friday.

He's laid off, you're not -- so now what?updated: Mon Jun 01 2009 12:19:00

The economic crisis continues unabated: the stock market is at its lowest in twelve years, unemployment is at its highest in decades, and nobody knows how bad it's going to get. Your 401K might be tanking, but canned food will always be valuable. And so will the shoulders of those you love and who love you back, even if, at this moment, some shoulders have to bear a greater weight than others.

10 'secrets' you shouldn't keep from your doctorupdated: Thu Mar 05 2009 21:03:00

Do you remember the scene in the movie "Something's Gotta Give" where Jack Nicholson's character lies about Viagra to a doctor in the emergency room?

What to tell your doctorupdated: Thu Mar 05 2009 21:03:00

CNN's Elizabeth Cohen discusses a list of things patients keep from their doctors, but shouldn't.

Fortune: Turning to tech to suss out fake drugsupdated: Fri Feb 20 2009 12:11:00

As consumers everywhere look to scale back their discretionary spending, many people are cutting corners in what could turn out to be the worst possible place - their drugs - and falling prey to a dangerous new breed of pharmaceutical counterfeiters. Thanks to a spiraling economy and the loss of health insurance that typically accompanies job loss (not to mention huge profits for perpetrators) the global market for knock-off drugs is expected to reach a staggering $75 billion next year, according to a recent report by The Center for Medicine in the Public Interest. The World Health Organization estimates that 10% of the global pharmaceutical supply is counterfeit, and the number is accelerating, especially in developing nations.

Fighting the growing menace of fake drugsupdated: Wed Jan 14 2009 12:59:00

A slim, easy-to-use device that checks the authenticity of medicines would be available in every pharmacy if Facundo Fernandez had his way.

10 years of Viagra: What the blue pill couldn't cureupdated: Fri Dec 12 2008 17:41:00

Before middle-aged men started singing "Viva Viagra" in TV ads, before former Sen. Bob Dole appeared in its commercials in the '90s, before the blue pill with a funny name entered the public lexicon, impotence was hush-hush.

People.com: Natasha Bedingfield Calls Romance 'Female Viagra' updated: Tue Nov 18 2008 16:46:00

The engaged British singer says gestures like giving flowers are "cheesy" but effective

Fortune: Brains vs. Brawnupdated: Mon Sep 08 2008 08:59:00

I have long held that brainpower trumps all economically - that intellectual capital is the most reliable way to wealth, for a person or a company. But sometimes even brilliance can't outperform the brute force of giant economic trends, and that has been a major theme of the past several years - much to my surprise.

Women, get your groove backupdated: Tue Aug 05 2008 13:13:00

Medications and other therapies can help women boost a low sex drive.CNN Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen explains.

Ladies: 5 ways to get your sex life goingupdated: Tue Aug 05 2008 13:13:00

Sexually dysfunctional women in the United States are, well, mostly out of luck.

Time.com: Certain Women May Benefit from Viagraupdated: Tue Jul 22 2008 14:00:00

Viagra's effect in women has been disappointing, but a new small study finds those on antidepressants may benefit from taking the little blue pills

Watermelon: The new Viagra?updated: Thu Jul 03 2008 18:50:00

Affiliate KENS reports on a recent study that shows watermelon can have Viagra-like effects on consumers.

Time.com: Study: Watermelon Has Viagra Effectupdated: Thu Jul 03 2008 10:00:00

Watermelons contain an ingredient called citrulline that can trigger production of a compound that helps relax the body's blood vessels, similar to what happens when a man takes Viagra, said scientists in Texas

Time.com: FDA Warns Pfizer on Viagra Adsupdated: Mon Apr 21 2008 18:00:00

Federal regulators have warned Pfizer Inc. for not mentioning the risks of Viagra in an advertisement featuring country musicians singing the praises of its popular impotency pill

Happy anniversary, Viagraupdated: Fri Mar 28 2008 12:54:00

Viagra was approved by the FDA 10 years ago. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta looks back.

Surprising reasons you're not having sexupdated: Tue Feb 12 2008 09:59:00

Not getting any? You're not alone: Women today have less time for sex than their 1950s counterparts. And it's estimated that 40 million Americans have what experts call a sexless marriage (having sex less than 10 times a year).

CNNMoney: Erectile dysfunction drugs may harm hearingupdated: Fri Oct 19 2007 09:43:00

Men taking any of the three erectile dysfunction drugs - Viagra, Levitra or Cialis - or the blood pressure medication Revatio may be at increased risk for sudden hearing loss, prompting Food and Drug Administration officials to require label changes by the manufacturer.

Impotence drugs may increase risk for sudden hearing loss updated: Thu Oct 18 2007 22:34:00

Men taking any of three erectile dysfunction drugs -- Viagra, Levitra or Cialis -- may be at increased risk for sudden hearing loss, prompting Food and Drug Administration officials to require label changes for the medications.

Viagra boosts feel-good 'love' hormone updated: Fri Aug 24 2007 08:03:00

Impotence drugs such as Viagra may do more than help men physically have sex -- they may also boost levels of a hormone linked with feelings of love, U.S. researchers reported Thursday.

CNNMoney: For Big Pharma, drugs are a hard global sellupdated: Fri Aug 24 2007 03:41:00

The successful launch of a blockbuster drug depends heavily on Big Pharma's ability to custom-tailor its sales pitch country-by-country, a difficult task in which few drugmakers excel, according to a study from research firm IMS Health.

Sarkozy vows tougher pedophile lawupdated: Mon Aug 20 2007 01:29:00

French President Nicolas Sarkozy on Monday pledged tougher treatment for sex offenders following a scandal over a convicted pedophile suspected of raping a 5-year-old boy shortly after his release from prison.

Child rapist 'prescribed Viagra'updated: Sun Aug 19 2007 08:38:00

A French paedophile accused of raping a five-year-old boy just over a month after he was released from jail was taking the impotence drug Viagra that he says was prescribed by a prison doctor, his lawyer said on Sunday.

CNNMoney: For Vivus, there may be life after Viagraupdated: Thu Jul 19 2007 00:08:00

Vivus, Inc., a company specializing in drugs for sexual dysfunction and obesity, is proving that there is life after Viagra.

Business 2.0: Why we hate e-mailupdated: Mon Jul 02 2007 01:10:00

E-mail, what is it good for? Absolutely nothing! But it wasn't always so. A lifetime ago, I signed up for CompuServe and received my first exposure to electronic messaging. My reaction: Cool. Now I don't have to call people and leave voice-mail. Zapping information back and forth at the speed of light will be a big productivity boost.

Business 2.0: New Year's Revolutionsupdated: Wed Feb 28 2007 18:54:00

Many years have become synonymous with revolution: 1776. 1848. 1917. 1989. Is 2007 about to join the list? No, we're not talking about the violent upheavals of the past, but instead surprising inno...

Fortune: Big Pharma's new R&D center: the trash binupdated: Fri Jan 19 2007 15:30:00

Making blockbuster drugs may be highly profitable - but it's never been efficient.

Business 2.0: 15 surprises ahead in 2007updated: Wed Dec 20 2006 09:52:00

Business 2.0's Chris Taylor highlights the most significant innovations, events and launches that are planned for the New Year.

CNNMoney: Radio tags not yet tuning out fake drugsupdated: Thu Oct 12 2006 12:01:00

Imagine this: a worldwide network of radio-tagged pharmaceuticals, weeding out the multi-billion dollar counterfeit drug market with a universal security system.

CNNMoney: Keeping tabs on Viagra et alupdated: Thu Jan 26 2006 11:45:00

Big Brother is watching your Viagra. And your OxyContin. And, within five years, maybe the rest of your medicine cabinet, too.

CNNMoney: Lilly's sex drug sales jump in 2005updated: Fri Jan 20 2006 11:31:00

Sales for Lilly's anti-impotence drug grew dramatically in 2005, but Cialis' future and that of competing sexual dysfunction drugs remains uncertain.

CNNMoney: Sex dysfunction drugs: Nowhere to grow?updated: Thu Jan 05 2006 09:04:00

The glory days of sexual dysfunction drugs may have come and gone

CNNMoney: Viagra as heart attack preventionupdated: Tue Oct 25 2005 16:17:00

Scientists from Johns Hopkins University have discovered that Viagra, Pfizer's treatment for erectile dysfunction, could also be used to reduce stress that can lead to heart attacks.

Medical advances not science fictionupdated: Wed Oct 19 2005 09:17:00

Some of the biggest medical discoveries have come in the last 25 years -- everything from Viagra to laser vision correction.

CNNMoney: Impotence cream on the horizon?updated: Thu Aug 11 2005 06:44:00

Since Pfizer launched Viagra back in 1999, patients have gotten used to the idea of popping pills to make impotence go away. But what would they think of a skin cream that treats erectile dysfunction?

CNNMoney: 'Me-too' drugs can rake in salesupdated: Wed Jul 27 2005 11:35:00

Some scientists look down their noses at me-too drugs, but they can't help but notice the smell of money.

House votes to ban Medicare, Medicaid payments for Viagra-type drugsupdated: Fri Jun 24 2005 14:29:00

The House voted overwhelmingly Friday to ban Medicare and Medicaid from paying for erectile dysfunction drugs like Viagra.

CNNMoney: Illegal drugs? Just click away.updated: Fri Jun 17 2005 11:13:00

Pssst! Want some Viagra? How about Xanax? Prozac?

CNNMoney: 2nd use OK'd for Viagra-based drugupdated: Mon Jun 06 2005 09:21:00

The Food and Drug Administration approved Revatio, a treatment for pulmonary arterial hypertension that uses the same active ingredient as Viagra, said Pfizer Inc. on Monday.

Viagra vision link raises red flagupdated: Sun May 29 2005 23:24:00

U.S. health officials are investigating reports that some men who use Viagra and other impotence drugs are getting a rare form of blindness.

CNNMoney: Pfizer may change Viagra labelupdated: Fri May 27 2005 09:25:00

Pfizer is in talks with the Food and Drug Administration to update the label on Viagra, its blockbuster treatment for sexual dysfunction, to reflect cases of vision loss in a small number of patients, the company said Friday.

Sex offenders get Viagra paid for by Medicaidupdated: Mon May 23 2005 01:23:00

New York's comptroller urged the nation's top health official Sunday to ban high-risk sex offenders and convicted rapists from receiving Viagra paid for by Medicaid.

Fortune: Book Reviewupdated: Mon May 02 2005 00:01:00

Every business has its secrets. And if you ask anyone in Big Pharma, the most closely guarded information isn't found among the lab's beakers and Bunsen burners but in the backrooms of doctors' off...

Business 2.0: Human Resourcesupdated: Fri Apr 01 2005 00:01:00

Headed in for a physical this month? Chances are your doctor will be in a better mood. Less happy, though, will be as many as 11,000 of Pfizer's global sales reps who could be laid off by year's en...

Viagra fallsupdated: Mon Feb 14 2005 15:49:00

In 1999, when Elizabeth Dole launched her improbable campaign for president, political satirist Mark Russell used a reference to former Sen. Bob Dole's work as a TV pitchman for a new sexual performance prescription drug to explain what made Elizabeth run.

CNNMoney: Medicare to cover Viagraupdated: Tue Feb 01 2005 11:54:00

Medicare beneficiaries will be able to receive drugs treating erectile disfunction, including Viagra, Cialis and Levitra, as part of their coverage next year, so long as their prescriptions are deemed necessary on a case-by-case basis, according to a Medicare spokesman.

Fortune: We hate Big Pharma--but we sure love drugsupdated: Mon Dec 27 2004 00:01:00

WE ARE MEDICATION NATION. WE ♥ DRUGS. WE'RE THE land of the free--but please, not chemical-free.

Fortune: DIRTY-MOUTHED COMICS NEED NOT APPLYupdated: Mon Dec 27 2004 00:01:00

ON THE PAIN SCALE, WATCHing bad comedy probably falls somewhere between dental surgery and having dinner with Anna Nicole Smith. It's pain that John Hakel, vice president of government relations fo...

Can you prove you're not a machine?updated: Wed Oct 13 2004 11:03:00

Sounds like something out of "The Twilight Zone," doesn't it?

Business 2.0: The Hottest Technologies of 2004updated: Fri Oct 01 2004 00:01:00

In the world of technology, if you're too early or too late, you're toast. Investors look for that inflection point just before a technology begins to dominate. It's the moment when a piece of hard...

Fortune: Saegis Pharmaceuticals BIOTECHupdated: Mon May 17 2004 00:01:00

Half Moon Bay, Calif. Founded 1999

CNNMoney: Viagra's lureupdated: Wed Apr 14 2004 10:18:00

In an effort to hold its market share in the increasingly competitive erectile dysfunction (ED) market, Pfizer is now offering a free Viagra prescription after users buy the first six.

CNNMoney: Pump'n'dump spam? Hooray!updated: Wed Apr 07 2004 12:31:00

The Bull is back. I know this for certain. My spam tells me so.

CNNMoney: The world's sexiest . . . pizza?updated: Tue Feb 10 2004 09:18:00

Over the centuries, people have searched for foods to put them in the mood. Edibles as varied as artichokes, oysters, even sparrow brains have, at one time or another, been considered aphrodisiacs.

Fortune: Hacking Inn Business travelers want high-speed Net access. Prowlers want what's on their PCs. Hotels--it seems--are doing their updated: Mon Jan 26 2004 00:01:00

You, the guest in room 201, thanks for letting me hijack your computer to spew Viagra ads over the Net.

Fortune: The Perfect Mix For Your Portfolio Patent expirations, political pressures, and a Medicare reform bill hupdated: Mon Dec 22 2003 00:01:00

Science geeks may debate the exact beginning of the New Millennium. Was it Jan. 1, 2000, or a year later, in 2001? Drug company investors, though, have no doubt when the new era commenced. On the f...

Fortune: The End Of Innocence In Cellphones It's the dawn of a whole new world for viruses and spam.updated: Mon Dec 08 2003 00:01:00

Somewhere in the inner circle of hell where virus writers and spammers maintain their offices, a young entrepreneur is crafting a marketing campaign for pills that will shrink your penis and enlarg...

Money Magazine: The Firm With A Viagra Challengerupdated: Mon Sep 01 2003 00:01:00

Who wouldn't want an anti-impotence drug that lasts 24 hours? Samuel Isaly, manager of Eaton Vance Worldwide Health Sciences fund, recently scooped up shares of Icos (ICOS), maker (with Eli Lilly) ...

Fortune: Taking On Viagra To unseat the famed "Pfizer riser," Bayer and GlaxoSmithKline aim to raise the, er, consciousness of millions oupdated: Mon Jun 09 2003 00:01:00

It's somewhat disconcerting that Nancy K. Bryan knows more about how men regard their penises than any woman--no, any person--I've ever met. She's sitting across from me, dressed in what looks like...

Fortune: A New Way To Can E-Mail Spamupdated: Mon Apr 28 2003 00:01:00

Purveyors of diet pills and "herbal Viagra" have a new enemy. The people who made Napster the scourge of the music industry have taken on spam. Software engineer Vipul Ved Prakash and Napster's co-...

Fortune: In the March 3 issue, we ranted about things we hate--and asked you to do the same. updated: Mon Apr 14 2003 00:01:00

Television is No. 1 on your list. Network news, reality shows, the ads--especially those for Viagra, Metamucil, and Ditech.com. William Wilson of Boston has this for Ditech: "I just refinanced my h...

FSB: Destructive Criticism Think performance reviews are useful? They're not.updated: Sun Dec 01 2002 00:01:00

Here are ten words you'll probably never hear an employee say--or utter yourself: "Boy, I really learned a lot from that performance review!"

Fortune: A Spoonful of Smartsupdated: Mon Nov 25 2002 00:01:00

You get a prescription, you pop your pills, and in a few days you feel better. Sounds easy. But taking medicine is not as simple as it seems. And we'd do a much better job of treating what ails us ...

FSB: Pay for Play On the Web Paid search has paid of in increased business for users. As it grows, it may take more effort to get theupdated: Sat Jun 01 2002 00:01:00

In the realm of online marketing schemes, pay-for-performance search is a doozy. Forget banner ads, for which you have to (a) hope that someone visits the site where you've stuck your ad; (b) pray ...

Fortune: Trendsupdated: Mon May 27 2002 00:01:00

The cost of prescription drugs soared to $154 billion last year, up 17% from 2000. Pundits have blamed rising R&D outlays, relentless TV ads, and greedy pharma conglomerates for the jump. But we wo...

Fortune: Is Nasal Viagra a Reason To Get Excited?updated: Mon Feb 18 2002 00:01:00

Bob Dole needs a new job. After being fired by Viagra for being too old, the first ambassador of erectile dysfunction may now be in luck: A barrage of new impotence treatments are expected to hit p...

Fortune: Restoring Lost Desire Fading libidoupdated: Mon Jan 07 2002 00:01:00

When a patient goes to see the Berman sisters, they may ask her to stimulate herself with a vibrator or watch erotic films with a probe attached to her labia. And when it's time to write a prescrip...

Money Magazine: Medicine Man Hank McKinnell says Pfizer has the best drug pipeline in the business.updated: Fri Jun 01 2001 00:01:00

What do you call a drug company on Viagra? Pfizer, of course.

Fortune: A Brave New Prescription For Creative Managementupdated: Mon Apr 30 2001 00:01:00

Inspiration is elusive. Innovation is hard. Demand for technical and conceptual breakthroughs in global business is intensifying. Organizations are looking everywhere for the transforming insight. ...

Fortune: New York On a Fork A tip sheet to the city's best new restaurants.updated: Mon May 29 2000 00:01:00

It's a tough job, but somebody's got to do it. The task? Try new restaurants in an effort to figure out which ones are worth the hype. Luckily, New York City has no shortage of contenders. These ar...

Fortune: Hugh Hefner Gets a Dressing-Downupdated: Mon May 15 2000 00:01:00

You probably knew that Hugh Hefner was dating twentysomething twin models (Sandy and Mandy), a Baywatch Hawaii actress (Brande), and a young woman whose name doesn't rhyme (Jessica). You knew--or c...

Money Magazine: The Internet Can Save Your Life ...if it doesn't scare you, mislead you or rip you off first. Here's how to get the best health updated: Wed Mar 01 2000 00:01:00

Last year, Veronica Rippe was trying to do her own research on a debilitating kidney infection that didn't seem to be responding to the antibiotics her doctor had prescribed. Logging on to the Net,...

Fortune: Thinking About Tomorrow Predicting what will happen in a dynamic society is always risky. But you can't let the updated: Mon Nov 22 1999 00:01:00

Predicting the direction and pace of change in America is clearly not easy. Witness the unfortunate comments of Charles Duell, a former commissioner of the U.S. patent office. In 1899, on the cusp ...

Fortune: Live Long and Prosperupdated: Mon Jul 05 1999 00:01:00

Here at FORTUNE we tend to focus more on matters of profit and loss than life and death. But starting in this issue, we will be publishing a groundbreaking three-part series of stories by our award...

Fortune: Performing Poorly? The Solution's a No-Brainer: Just Pop a Smart Pill! ROGAINE FOR THE BRAINupdated: Mon Apr 26 1999 00:01:00

Work-hard/play-hard fast-track executive. Forty-plus. Male. Divorced. A tad insecure. Recovering from a George Stephanopoulos-sized bout with burnout. Zoloft helped. Tremendously. Uses Rogaine. Ver...

Fortune: Branded! You've read the column. Now you can get the complete marketing solution.updated: Mon Feb 01 1999 00:01:00

As you can see elsewhere in this issue, younger merchandise with bold claims but unproven track record and shelf life is now attempting to take over the marketplace with flashy niche concepts targe...

Fortune: We Got Game (Finally) IN THE KNICK OF TIMEupdated: Mon Feb 01 1999 00:01:00

The nice-nice, hug-hug made by NBA Commissioner David Stern and union leader Billy Hunter last week was understandable. The two men staved off humiliation with an all-night negotiating session and ...

Fortune: Shop Till You Crash Just in time for Christmas, online retailing is getting bigger, smarter, faster, and updated: Mon Dec 21 1998 00:01:00

Shopping online is a lot like taking Viagra, Propecia, Claritin, or one of today's other wonder drugs: It can dramatically improve your life--but expect some ugly side effects. In the plus column, ...

Fortune: Power Hittersupdated: Mon Dec 07 1998 00:01:00

So Bill's still here, Newt's all gone, and Jesse "the Body" is the hottest new face in politics. For unexpected thrills and chills, nothing beats an American election. But what fascinates Jeffrey B...

Fortune: Stocks the Large-Cap Fund Managers Loveupdated: Mon Nov 09 1998 00:01:00

It's not easy being a large-cap mutual fund manager these days. The market's meltdown has wiped out this year's gains and is eating away at last year's, and redemptions are on the rise. While indiv...

Fortune: Gauging Impotence-Drug Risksupdated: Mon Jul 06 1998 00:01:00

To judge from the recent flurry of stories linking the impotence drug Viagra to heart attacks, you'd think some dark agent of death had come among us. But it's actually surprising that more Viagra-...

Fortune: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Pharmaceutical With all the elixirs now on the market, there's no reason to settle for updated: Mon Jun 08 1998 00:01:00

Good evening. Welcome to my laboratory.

Money Magazine: Word On The Street What's up with Internet stocks, Gillette, Robertson Stephens funds and...updated: Mon Jun 01 1998 00:01:00

Betting with Bill Gates seems like a clever investing strategy. The richest man in America put $1 billion into Comcast, the fourth largest cable-television firm, in June 1997. Since that vote of co...

Fortune: Radio Free Psychobabbleupdated: Mon May 25 1998 00:01:00

It's been a bad day for your self-esteem: Your Prozac bottle's empty, the Rogaine isn't taking, and you've just found Viagra in your wife's Volvo. As you ponder this last development (Is it for you...

Fortune: Why Pfizer Is So Hot With one of the richest product pipelines in the FORTUNE 500, Pfizer is on a roll that will continue for yeupdated: Mon May 11 1998 00:01:00

One day last March, after rivals Glaxo Wellcome, American Home Products, and others announced they were exploring multibillion-dollar mergers, Pfizer CEO William Steere went to the fitness center i...

Fortune: The Selling of Impotence Impotence is a much bigger problem than doctors used to think, and new pills are on the way to treat itupdated: Mon Mar 16 1998 00:01:00

A new chapter in the history of impotence began in 1983, when a 57-year-old British physician named Giles Brindley stepped from behind the lectern at a Las Vegas medical conference, dropped his pan...

Money Magazine: TAKE THESE THREE STOCKS AND WAKE UP RICHER IN THE MORNINGupdated: Fri Nov 01 1996 00:01:00

Could your portfolio use a tonic? How about some of the world's biggest and brawniest pharmaceutical companies? Says Kurt von Emster, manager of the $150 million Franklin Global Health Care Fund: "...

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