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New research from Viagra Connect has revealed that 72 per cent of men in the UK aged 25-34 are planning to visit a pharmacy to stock up on sexual health products in preparation for a post lockdown summer of love. To support the anticipated increase of pharmacy footfall and the 74 per cent of respondents who reportedly experience erection problems, Viagra Connect is launching a multi-million pound consumer campaign. The campaign will run from July to September and include TV, digital and social advertising, featuring the award-winning ‘Love Story’ creative and the Viagra Connect trial two size pack, explains its manufacturer Viatris. 

Viatris: 01304 616 161 / hcp.viagraconnect.co.uk 

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