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New Viagra Study Eases Some Fears

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  • According to new research, taking Viagra does not cause damaging changes to the heart among some men with coronary artery disease, as long as they are not on nitrate-containing medications.
  • The study found no changes in blood flow to the heart or lungs after heart-disease patients took Viagra.
  • Patients who never exercise or those on more than one medication for high blood pressure should be carefully screened before taking Viagra.

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