Erectile Dysfunction Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. Drug industry links run deep in field of sexual medicineRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | KTRE-TV Lufkin

    ... led the FSFI panel. In the 1990s, Rosen worked with Pfizer to develop a five-question form to diagnose erectile dysfunction in men. He credits that easy-to-use questionnaire with the blockbuster success of Pfizer's Viagra. But whereas erectile ...

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  2. Drug industry links run deep in field of sexual medicineRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | WBOC-TV Salisbury

    ... led the FSFI panel. In the 1990s, Rosen worked with Pfizer to develop a five-question form to diagnose erectile dysfunction in men. He credits that easy-to-use questionnaire with the blockbuster success of Pfizer's Viagra. But whereas erectile ...

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  3. Zacks Upgrades Apricus Biosciences to BuyRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 23 | AmericanBankingNews.com

    ... one approved drug, Vitaros, which uses the NexACT delivery system, and is approved for the treatment of erectile dysfunction ( NASDAQ:APRI ) in Canada and through the European Decentralized Procedure (DCP) in Europe. The Company's other pipeline ...

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  4. Here's What Sexperts Think About "Female Viagra" and Why You Shouldn't Call It ThatRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | MotherJones

    ... Hills points out that when Viagra went on the market, it aimed to treat a very specific disease: erectile dysfunction. Viagra works by increasing blood flow to the penis to get an erection hard enough for sex; it does not cause arousal. Addyi ...

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  5. The Success Of Addyi And Sprout May Reward Investors In Apricus Bio And FemproxRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 22 | Seeking Alpha

    ... activity in Europe this year. The company had already secured approvals for Vitaros, the company's erectile dysfunction treatment, in Europe and believed that with a partner it could move quickly with the approvals for Femprox. Towards the end of ...

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  6. Health beat: Some Minnesota doctors are wary of 'female Viagra'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 22 | Star Tribune

    In this Aug. 18, 2015, file photo, Sprout Pharmaceuticals CEO Cindy Whitehead holds a bottle for the female sex-drive drug Addyi in Raleigh, N.C. A new prescription drug called Addyi, which received federal approval last Tuesday, could help women with low sex drive, but Minnesota doctors remain concerned about risks and expectations over a pill that has been dubbed "female Viagra." The nickname is a misnomer because Addyi needs to be taken daily - unlike Viagra, which men take before sex to treat erectile dysfunction, said Dr. Carrie Terrell, an obstetrician at the University of Minnesota Medical Center.

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  7. FDA approves first pill aimed at boosting female libidoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | Houston Chronicle

    In this June 22, 2015, photo, a tablet of flibanserin sits on a brochure for Sprout Pharmaceuticals in the company's Raleigh, N.C., headquarters. The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2015, approved the first prescription drug designed to boost sexual desire in women, a milestone long sought by a pharmaceutical industry eager to replicate the blockbuster success of impotence drugs for men.

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  8. Compound in spider venom that can cause hours-long erectionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | Daily Mail

    ... of Minas wrote: 'These findings make it a promising candidate as a novel drug in the therapy of erectile dysfunction.' Although drugs such as Viagra, Cialis and Levitra have revolutionised treatment in the last ten years, around 30 per cent of men ...

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  9. Valeant's $1bn Bill To Eat A SproutRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | Seeking Alpha

    ... certification. They have suggested a price of $400-$500 per patient per year, similar to the price for erectile dysfunction drugs, which tend to be taken on an as needed basis. How insurers will cover it is another question. Erectile dysfunction ...

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  10. Sex & the City: Sleep over sexRead the original story

    Friday Aug 21 | Mydigitalfc.com

    ... risk of developing stroke, type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Studies have found a connection between erectile dysfunction and sleep loss. A 2013 study published in Sleep, the official journal for American sleep disorder Association also found that ...

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  11. Thoughts On The Hidden Dangers Of Organic FoodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | The Daily Caller

    ... to miss this sizeable segment. Men who've heard everything there is to say about reverse mortgages and erectile dysfunction, but know absolutely nothing about organic food. Men like Stan. There's been a lot of talk about how I came to know Stan. ...

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  12. Dr. Lori Brotto Is Not Impressed With the New 'Female Viagra'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | The Stranger

    ... a runny nose, and having a bluish tinge to one's vision, and these affect about 15% of men. The newer erectile dysfunction drugs like Cialis and Levitra have far fewer side effects. Addyi, on the other hand, produced side effects in about 20% of ...

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  13. Women's libido pill faces skepticism after approvalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | Fox News

    ... the so-called "little pink pill." Many have compared Addyi to Viagra , the medication for men with erectile dysfunction that increases blood flow to the penis. But the new pill for women aims to boost women's libidos by affecting levels of brain ...

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  14. Sprout, maker of libido pill for women, being sold for $1 billionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | MassLive.com

    ... advocates, mounted an extensive lobbying campaign that highlighted the fact Viagra, which addresses erectile dysfunction in men, was approved in 1998 but no drug has ever been approved for sexual arousal for women. In June, the panel of FDA advisers ...

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  15. Study: It's Not the Condom, It's Your DickRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | New York Magazine

    ... who did say condoms made them lose their boners were much more likely to just have straight-up general erectile dysfunction, instead of some special condom-prompted ED. As the researchers noted, this could have more to do with a lack of knowledge ...

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  16. Condoms are NOT the real reason men fail to perform in the bedroomRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | Daily Mail

    ... They said: 'Although the majority of these participants were classified in the "mild" category for erectile dysfunction, there are nonetheless clear clinical implications of these findings.' They concluded: 'Thus, improving men's experiences of ...

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  17. Valeant to spend about $1B on maker of women's libido drugRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | Nashua Telegraph

    ... tried unsuccessfully to develop a female equivalent to Viagra, the blockbuster drug that treats men's erectile dysfunction by increasing blood flow. But disorders of women's sexual desire have proven resistant to drugs that act on blood flow, ...

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  18. Study: Condoms Don't Reduce FeelingBy Charlotte LyttonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | The Daily Beast

    Men of the world: ever told a woman you couldn't use a condom because it would make you lose your erection? Then it's time to start formulating another excuse, as new research shows rubbers aren't to blame for wilting wieners. A study of nearly 500 heterosexual men aged 18-24 found that those who cited condoms as a barrier to an erection were more likely to be suffering from general erectile dysfunction whether they used a condom or not.

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  19. Female Viagra gets US approval despite safety concernsRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 20 | The Gaston Gazette

    The first prescription drug designed to boost sexual desire in women has been approved by regulators in the US. The move by the Food and Drug Administration was a milestone long sought by a pharmaceutical industry eager to replicate the blockbuster success of impotence drugs for men.

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  20. Valeant bets $1 billion that female libido market to match men'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Star Tribune

    ... market that it's already talking about other investments in the same area. The market for men's erectile dysfunction is $4.3 billion and includes blockbuster drugs like Pfizer's Viagra, Eli Lilly's Cialis and Bayer's Levitra, according to 2014 sales ...

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