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  1. Levitra: New Impotence Drug Christened

    -->Sept. 23, 2002 -- The long-awaited competitor to Viagra -- christened Levitra today -- inches its way to final FDA approval. Two early studies suggest it's longer lasting, has fewer side effects, and is safe for virtually everyone, including those with heart problems. Similar drugs approved in th

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  2. New Impotence Drugs Nearing Approval

    May 28, 2002 -- Two new contenders have emerged to challenge Viagra, which has dominated the erectile-dysfunction drug market since its introduction in 1998. The new drugs promise to deliver faster erections for a longer time. Both Cialis and vardenafil are in the last phase of research before FDA a

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  3. Viagra Safe for Men With Heart Disease

    Feb. 12, 2002 -- If you're strong enough to take the sex, you're strong enough to take Viagra. A new study finds Viagra safe for men with heart disease -- if they're able to exercise without having the symptoms of severe disease. Men taking nitrate drugs (such as nitroglycerin) to ease the symptoms

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  4. New Erection Drugs on the Way

    -->Feb. 8, 2002 -- Move over, Viagra -- here comes the competition. New drugs -- and new interest in older methods -- mean more erections for more men. Viagra's release in 1998 helped many of the 30 million U.S. men who have problems getting erections. Problem solved? Not yet. Viagra can't help ever

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  5. Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction Can Improve Depression

    Oct. 3, 2001 -- Impotence and depression are closely linked and commonly occur in the same man. But now a new study shows that one little blue pill might actually be able to take care of both problems. Impotence, also known as erectile dysfunction (ED), affects more than 18 million men in the U.S. A

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  6. FDA Asked to Approve Once-a-Day Erectile Dysfunction Drug

    July 6, 2001 -- Viagra, the little blue pill that made erectile dysfunction household words, may have some serious competition by this time next year when a new long-acting erectile dysfunction drug is expected to hit the market. In clinical studies the experimental drug, called Cialis, improved ere

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  7. Those Wedding Night Blues

    June 1, 2001 -- It is the season of rings and rice. This month, thousands of couples will say their vows and become husband and wife. But what happens if after saying "I do," the groom just can't? A condition known as honeymoon impotence may be to blame, and it is more common than you think. Actuall

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  8. Nasal Spray May Provide New Answer for Erectile Dysfunction

    Feb. 9, 2001 -- The latest treatment for erectile dysfunction comes in a thumb-sized atomizer that delivers enough of the drug to coat the nasal passages: spray, wait 15 minutes, and "you are good for about an hour," says Carl Spana, PhD, president and CEO of Palatin Technologies Inc., the Princeton

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  9. Competition for Viagra?

    Jan. 2, 2001 -- There's no doubt about it: Viagra is one of the most popular and best-selling drugs ever to hit the pharmacy. Since it first appeared on the market in 1998, more than 20 million prescriptions have been written for it. But while countless men have bade farewell to impotence or erectil

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  10. Submissive Men More Likely to Suffer Erectile Dysfunction

    Nov. 2, 2000 -- Say "erectile dysfunction" these days, and the response is likely to be "Viagra." Such is the power of advertising. But there was a time, not that long ago, when psychotherapy was the mainstay of treatment for what was then known as "impotence." Has it become outdated or irrelevant?

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