GlaxoSmithKline is trying to better its reputation in the face of what the Wall Street Journal calls “a series of legal woes that have tarnished the image of Glaxo and other drug makers in recent years.”

To that end, the drug maker decided to suspend U.S. TV ads for anti-impotence pill Levitra. Glaxo told the Wall Street Journal it hasn’t run a TV spot for it since fall 2009.

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