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A New York state man was banned by a federal judge from displaying a replica missile bearing the Viaga slogan due to a trademark violation. U.S.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) said on Tuesday it had halted a trial of the drug sildenafil for patients with sickle cell disease, saying the drug caused serious medical problems.
The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) of the National Institutes of Health has stopped a clinical trial testing a drug treatment for pulmonary hypertension in adults with sickle cell disease nearly one year early due to safety concerns.
Local authorities in Majorna, Sweden, must subsidize a 30-year-old impotent man's Viagra prescription, a court ruled. The County Administrative Court ruled in favor of the man, who argued having sex is essential to a reasonable quality of life, The Local reported Saturday. An assistance program in Majorna had denied the man's original request because Viagra, a drug used to treat erectile disfunction, was not included on a list of subsidized medicines. The court left open the issue of how much...
In a major legal victory for pharmaceutical monolith Pfizer, a Canadian court ruled on Thursday that the companyâ€™s patent for Viagra would remain valid, rebuffing attempts by generic drug manufacturer Novopharm to produce a cheaper version of the popular sex-enhancing drug.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced the nationwide voluntary recall of Stamina-Rx-brand dietary supplement due to a safety hazard. Officials said Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Athletes could be putting their lives at risk by doping themselves with powerful prescription drugs, a leading academic has warned.
Robert F. Furchgott, whose research earned him a share of a Nobel Prize and helped lead to the anti-impotency drug Viagra, has died, a daughter said. Susan Furchgott said her father died Tuesday in Seattle, The Ledger in Lakeland, Fla., reported Saturday.
A new program announced on Thursday by the U.S. drug company Pfizer Inc. is allowing people who have lost their jobs and health insurance to keep taking some widely prescribed Pfizer medications for free for up to a year.
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