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New drug approved for erectile dysfunction

Mountain View : CA : USA | Apr 28, 2012 at 12:22 AM PDT
Source: United Press International
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Food and Drug Administration has approved Stendra, or avanafil, tablets for the treatment of erectile dysfunction in men, officials said. Peter Tam, president of the biopharmaceutical company Vivus, said the approval is the first for nearly a decade to help treat the 30 million U.S. men with erectile... FULL ARTICLE AT United Press International
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Biotech firm Vivus unveiled a would-be player Monday in the 3.7-billion-dollar erectile dysfunction market
Biotech firm Vivus unveiled a would-be player Monday in the 3.7-billion-dollar erectile dysfunction market
 
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