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UpScript Offers Teva's Generic of Viagra®

Posted on: 17 Dec 17

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Dec. 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- This week, UpScript began offering the first generic version of Viagra, manufactured by Teva Pharmaceuticals. The popular erectile dysfunction drug, which has generated over a billion dollars in revenue last year, will now be available in a generic form through online medical service provider UpScript.

An existing prescription for Viagra or sildenafil is not required prior to contacting UpScript. Prospective patients will conduct a consultation via telephone or video with one of UpScript's U.S. licensed physicians who will determine if sildenafil is right for them. If a prescription is issued, it will be sent to a U.S. Pharmacy for fulfillment and then shipped directly to patient.

"When patients need medicine, they deserve to get it – easily, quickly and discreetly. We deliver on what patients deserve but are held back by today's healthcare system," said UpScript CEO Peter Ax. "That's why we created UpScript. We offer pharma and their patients a better way."

From physician consultation and prescription, to payment and home delivery, UpScript connects patients to the medicine they need.

UpScript's services allow more consumers in the United States easier access to necessary prescriptions. Prospective patients can pay online by credit card, and no insurance is needed.

UpScript provides a direct to consumer solution that provides patients with a seamless customer experience to obtain Teva's generic of Viagra, utilizing telephone and video consultations. For more information, please visit

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Mike Wood

Last updated on: 17/12/2017

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