June 3, 2007
Gene Therapy 'Hope' For Impotence?Topics: Health Issues
U.S. scientists say they are closer to creating a gene therapy treatment for erectile dysfunction, and it could be effective far longer than pills used just before sex, improving spontaneity:
Human and animal trials suggest this could offer an alternative to current treatments for some patients, ...Let's see here; ... shots or pills?
.... The human trials involved injections into the penis and some experts queried whether men would choose this option.
My guess is that the pills would win out every time. Of course the "effective far longer than pills" qualifier might make shots worthwhile to some. According to the PDR, Cialis provides 36 hours for "spontaneity." It seems to me that if a couple can't make up their minds by then, they just might have more problems than ED to deal with.
Comments from the peanut gallery are invited ....
Posted by Richard at June 3, 2007 11:17 AM
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