GM spending $17 million per year on impotence drugs

04/16/2006 | Detroit News, The

General Motors Corp. executives cite the $17 million the company pays for impotence drugs for employees as an example of out-of-control health costs. GM is the world's largest private purchaser of Pfizer's Viagra, which is covered under the company's health benefit plans for salaried employees as well as under its labor agreement with United Auto Workers.

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