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New impotence drug safer for cardiac patients

Tadalafil is a new impotence drug that is allegedly safer for cardiac patients than its alternatives. Drugs like Viagra often produces some side effects and is only effects for several hours whereas Tadalafil is effective for at least 17 hours. This is good news considering the up to 50% of diabetic patients suffer from erectile dysfunction.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by The Times of India

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About: New impotence drug safer for cardiac patients

Date: 5 November 2004

Source: The Times of India


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