Viagra a strong seller in Brazil

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (AP) — Brazilian drug stores saw brisk sales of Viagra on Monday, the first day the anti-impotency drug was legally sold in the country.
Pharmacies that had not yet received the drug reported waiting lists with as many of 40 names. Several others had opened telephone hot lines for home delivery of the drug.
Although Monday marks the first day that Viagra was sold legally in Brazil, it has been available for some time on the black market for as much $22 a pill. In the drug stores, the drug sells for about $48 for a box of four pills.