Magic Pill For Impotence

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— NPR's Patricia Neighmond reports on the initial popularity of the new drug, Viagra, which is prescribed for men who are affected by impotence. About an hour after taking the pill, an impotent man who is sexually stimulated can get and maintain an erection. Viagra does not automatically cause an erection and does not benefit men who are not impotent.

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