Concerns About Use of Cialis in the World Market

Dec - 25
2017

Concerns About Use of Cialis in the World Market

Cialis Use Worldwide

Interestingly, Cialis was approved for use outside the United States a number of years prior to its Food and Drug Administration approval in 2003. Currently Cialis is used in nearly one hundred countries, making it clear that erectile dysfunction is not an exclusively Western concern or ailment. Men of all races and cultural backgrounds suffer from erectile dysfunction. However, not all cultures can afford the luxury of drugs such as Cialis when basic human necessities are of first importance.

Cialis Counterfeits

Perhaps one of the big-picture issues is the misuse of Cialis worldwide. Cialis, along with Viagra and Levitra, has fallen prey to drug traffickers and counterfeiters who thrive on the illegal trade of these highly sought-after drugs. The high demand for Cialis and other erectile dysfunction drugs means big business for fakes. And both big pharmaceutical companies and European governments are beginning to flex their muscles against these criminals. Illegal internet sites and spammers peddling phony Cialis are coming within the cross-hairs of Eli Lilly and other big corporations that are becoming increasingly savvy when dealing with internet cons.

Cialis Import and Export

The European Union faces an increasing inability to police the legal and illegal prescription drug trade. Drugs like Cialis are known by name worldwide. Complications occur when their import and export go unchecked. Internet pharmacies targeting American consumers are buying up stores of Cialis and other popular prescription drugs from the Canadian market at cheaper rates. In turn, they sell to Americans, charging higher prices, but still significantly less than American pharmaceutical prices. Canada’s drug supply, it is argued, dips too low to serve their own national needs which results in the import of prescription drugs from other European Union countries in order to boost supplies within the Canadian market.

Tampering Concerns

As the European Union grows, prescription drug traffic will become increasingly difficult to track and, some believe, even risky if large volumes of drugs fall into the wrong hands. Some sources even warn of the possibility of terrorists tampering with drug supplies. This theory is not that difficult to conceptualize once one realizes the potential markets worldwide. Many men cannot afford a luxury drug like Cialis unless it is made available illegally or made of different ingredients, but marketed like the real thing.