Metuchen Must Correct ED Drug Ads For Adult Sites After US FDA Warning Letter
Promotional campaign for Stendra (avanafil) included "adult sites" as well as the American College of Cardiology's patient-focused magazine; statements that FDA found problematic in the various ads include "get hard and stay hard" and calling the product a "next generation" PDE-5 inhibitor.
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