Scientist Have Found A New Drug To Treat Impotent Men

by Medindia Content Team on  December 6, 2006 at 7:48 PM Research News
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Scientist Have Found A New Drug To Treat Impotent Men
Doctors of Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York have successfully found out a new treatment in the form of an injection to help impotent men.

The results of the treatment can be effective up to six months - say the doctors, who also claimed the treatment to be very different from all the others currently available in the market.

Arnold Melman, a professor said that the initial findings of the drug have been proved safe and effective. The injection will work by relaxing the muscles thereby allowing free flow of blood.

Though the process is a bit painful, "This is a fantastic news for men," - Dr. Richard Petty of London's WellMan Clinic said.

It is believed that the drug will be available in the market in next five years.

Source: Eurekalert
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