Thursday, Oct. 29, 2009 | 2:25 p.m.
Vegas weddings. Vegas stories. Vegas throat. And now Vegas Mixx.
Leave it to a local pharmacy to whip up a concoction that may have therapeutic value in treating premature ejaculation, a real problem for a significant percentage of men and their partners, only to botch it by marketing and distributing it in an illegal fashion.
That's what we've discovered in our investigation of a pharmacy owned in part by the late entertainer Danny Gans. Check out the story tonight on Face to Face and learn the secret formula. You won't hear from the majority owner of Green Valley Med, Scot Silber, nor from his attorney Bob Massi, a frequent analyst on Fox News. Massi said he's very familiar with the product but refused to comment. His son, Robert, is the company's marketing director.