Viagra - the pill sold for it's side-effect - the Awesome World of Things

Angina Pectoris is a fancy name for chest pain—specifically, spasms in the heart's coronary arteries. The pharmaceutical company Pfizer developed a pill named UK92480 to help constrict these arteries to relieve pain. The pill failed its primary purpose, but the secondary side effect was startling. The drug became known as Viagra, and you know what it does.



Find out more about the pill over at LinkedIn here.

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