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Eli Lilly, the makers of Cialis, is making an effort to increase its market share of pharmaceuticals in Japan. This is a logical step considering that Japan is one of the largest consumers of pharmaceuticals in the world.
The official date for the launch of Cialis was September 12th and it is estimated that Cialis have employed around 100 dedicated team members to handle the sales of Cialis in Japan.
It is reckoned that around 30 percent of men in Japan suffer from either moderate erectile dysfunction or severe erectile dysfunction and the sales of both Pfizer’s Viagra and Bayer’s Levitra have been extremely good in Japan.
Cialis is different from Viagra and Levitra in that it works for a much longer, making it far more practical for many men as they are free from what Eli Lilly call "time pressure". Cialis will work for about 36 hours, which is impressive compared to only four hours for both Viagra and Levitra. This is useful for men who are not sure when they will experience a sexual encounter, but want to be ready when the time comes. Cialis allows them to take just one tablet, and this can keep them going for the entire weekend.
In 2006 Eli Lilly sold almost $1 billion worth of Cialis around the world. Cialis is also a much copied drug and it is hoped that the arrival of the genuine article in Japan will have a reducing effect on counterfeit copies which are sold on the black market.
Cialis is a prescription drug and should only be taken after seeking advice from a doctor.
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