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By Tracy Clark-Flory
About a year ago, Danny Wylde wound up in the emergency room with a large needle sticking out of his erect penis. That wasn't the problem; it was the treatment.
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By Ian Crouch
In the fifteen or so years since Viagra hit the market, followed, a few years later, by competitors like Levitra and Cialis, commercials for erectile-dysfunction drugs
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By Joanne Kimberlin
Of all the challenges facing troops these days, erectile dysfunction may seem an odd one for the military to study.
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By Chu Daye
As China prepares to grant permits to online stores to sell prescription drugs, drug prices may be reduced with the help of this new business model, benefiting millions of patients.
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By Imperial Valley Press
The maker of the world's top-selling erectile dysfunction drug on Tuesday will begin airing the first Viagra TV commercial that targets the less-obvious sufferers of the sexual condition: women.
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By China Daily
China has developed its answer to Viagra.
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By Danger Guerrero
The latest Cialis commercial is just like all the other ones, for the most part. A few attractive middle-aged couples are out and about doing whatever attractive middle-aged couples do
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By Peter Munro
Designed for older men, erectile dysfunction drugs are increasingly being used by recreational users in their 20s.
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By Edinburg News
DOCTORS in the Lothians are dishing out thousands more Viagra prescriptions - landing the NHS with a £250,000 bill.
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By Ian Broad for MailOnline
Viagra prescriptions on the NHS rocket as 1.4m British men take the drug in a single year
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By Becky Davis
A Chinese pharmaceutical company has received the green light from China’s State Food and Drug Administration to become the country’s first official producer of a homegrown version of Viagra, Pfizer’s famous erectile dysfunction drug.
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By Robbie Patterson & Wentworth Courier
EXPERTS are lauding a new development in the treatment of vasculogenic erectile dysfunction as the “biggest advance in this field since the advent of viagra” 20 years ago.
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By Lee Rickwood
Prescription drug misuse represents “a major public health threat” in North America, and Canada is burdened with the second-highest prescription opioid consumption rate worldwide, just behind the United States, the International Narcotics Control Board re
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By Bettina Arndt
The little blue pill that changed many people's lives is about to enter a rapid new growth phase, with the price of Viagra falling to less than a cup of coffee.
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By Mohana Ravindranath
Internet users in Virginia afflicted with the flu — or about 50 other common ailments — can now get drug prescriptions online, thanks to a new service.
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By Qin Dexing
Chinese drug companies have been given the opportunity to capture the erectile dysfunction medication market as Pfizer Inc is about to lose its Chinese patent for sildenafi citratel, sold as Viagra.
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By Makiko Kitamura
Sanofi sees an attractive opportunity in the rampant market for counterfeit Viagra: luring men away from dodgy online pharmacies with an over-the-counter version of a competing erection drug.
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By Jeff Swiatek
Eli Lilly and Co. wants to see its erectile dysfunction drug Cialis become the first of its kind to be sold to men without a prescription.
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By Chris Weller
A topical cream used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED) has passed phase one clinical trials, reports the biotechnology company, Strategic Science & Technologies (SST).
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By Beth Balen
A small study from the Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute in Los Angeles has found that the erectile dysfunction drugs Viagra and Cialis could improve blood flow in young men and boys with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
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