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Erectile dysfunction drug acknowledged to be effective for 36 hours instead of 24 hours

A drug called Cialis is used to treat erectile dysfunction. It was initially labeled as having a 24 hour effect but it has now received approval to be labeled as having a 36 hour effect. The maximum dosage has also been increased from 10mg to 20mg for people with heart trouble. Cialis and Levitra have become competitors for Viagra in the field of erectile dysfunction.

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About: Erectile dysfunction drug acknowledged to be effective for 36 hours instead of 24 hours

Date: 18 January 2005

Source: English

URL: http://english.chosun.com/w21data/html/news/200501/200501180018.html

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