Viagra Alternative Will Reduce Online Fraud in Norway

Viagra Alternative Will Reduce Online Fraud in Norway

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The Norwegian Medicines Agency hopes cheaper viagra equivalent stops Norwegian men from buying dangerous potency agents abroad.
The Norwegian Medicines Agency (Legemiddelverket) approves new potency agent in Norway, and the price will be halved, writes TV2.

Ever since Viagra was approved as a drug in Norway in 1998, the pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has been a manufacturer and supplier of Viagra.

Last year, over 80 million viagra were sold in Norway with prescription last year. The potency medicine has been patent protected until today, but the Norwegian Medicines Agency has recently approved a generic drug, Sildenafil Actavis.

Talking to TV2, senior consultant at Norwegian Medicines Agency, Sigurd Hortemo says the new drug contains the same active ingredient as Viagra and is equally good. He also notes the price will be halved and hopes that the Norwegian men stop buying unsafe medicine from foreign sites.

– We hope that people will stop buying dangerous things online. It may be cheap, but you have no idea what you are getting. We hope it will be easier and more affordable to go to drugstore, says Hortemo.

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