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Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is defined as the consistent inability to attain and maintain an erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual intercourse. ED affects up to 30 million men in the United States, with 52% of men between the ages of 40 and 70 reporting difficulty with erectile function. By the year 2025, it is estimated that 322 million men worldwide will suffer from some degree of sexual dysfunction.
Nonmotor predictors of Parkinson’s dementia revealed

Nonmotor predictors of Parkinson’s dementia revealed

Researchers have identified nonmotor and nondopaminergic motor features that predict incident dementia in patients with Parkinson’s disease. [More]
Emo Capital, I-Omni partner to develop new compression wear clothing line

Emo Capital, I-Omni partner to develop new compression wear clothing line

Emo Capital Corp. is pleased to announce that a memorandum of understanding (MOU) was signed with I-Omni Co. Ltd. of Seoul, South Korea . [More]
Endo International enters into definitive agreement to acquire Auxilium Pharmaceuticals

Endo International enters into definitive agreement to acquire Auxilium Pharmaceuticals

Endo International plc and Auxilium Pharmaceuticals, Inc. today announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement under which Endo will acquire all of the outstanding shares of common stock of Auxilium for a per share consideration of $33.25 in a cash and stock transaction. [More]
Case Western Reserve researcher lands Director's New Innovator Awards from NIH

Case Western Reserve researcher lands Director's New Innovator Awards from NIH

For the second consecutive year, a Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine researcher has landed one of the year's much-coveted Director's New Innovator Awards from the National Institutes of Health. Principal investigator Rong Xu, PhD, assistant professor of medical informatics, will receive $2,377,000 for five years, starting immediately, to initiate computational analysis of thousands of drugs and their effects. [More]
Testosterone therapy raises risk of prostate tumors in rats

Testosterone therapy raises risk of prostate tumors in rats

A researcher who found that testosterone raised the risk of prostate tumors and exacerbated the effects of carcinogenic chemical exposure in rats is urging caution in prescribing testosterone therapy to men who have not been diagnosed with hypogonadism, according to a new study published in the Endocrine Society's journal Endocrinology. [More]
Study uncovers new pathway for treating high blood pressure, heart failure

Study uncovers new pathway for treating high blood pressure, heart failure

New research by scientists at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and the Ottawa Heart Institute has uncovered a new pathway by which the brain uses an unusual steroid to control blood pressure. [More]

Drug and device news: Study questions medical devices' safety evidence

Elsewhere, The Associated Press reports on a new advertising approach for Viagra -- a TV commercial that targets women. [More]
ED more prevalent than previously thought

ED more prevalent than previously thought

Specialists in treatment of erectile dysfunction recognize that ED is more prevalent than previously recognized. [More]
Experts share tips on prevention of prostate cancer

Experts share tips on prevention of prostate cancer

Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in American men. One in seven men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer and 233,000 new cases are diagnosed annually. [More]
White pill may help scientists learn why patients with cystic fibrosis have less exercise capacity

White pill may help scientists learn why patients with cystic fibrosis have less exercise capacity

A little white pill may help scientists learn why patients with cystic fibrosis have less exercise capacity than their peers, even if their lungs are relatively healthy. [More]
Low dose of opioids including methadone effective for treatment of testosterone suppression

Low dose of opioids including methadone effective for treatment of testosterone suppression

Treatment for opioid addiction tampers with the testosterone levels of male but not female opioid users, McMaster University research has shown. [More]
Auxilium Pharmaceuticals' CCH drug effective against cellulite in Phase 2a study

Auxilium Pharmaceuticals' CCH drug effective against cellulite in Phase 2a study

Auxilium Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a specialty biopharmaceutical company, today announced positive results from a randomized, double-blind Phase 2a study of collagenase clostridium histolyticum (or CCH) for the treatment of edematous fibrosclerotic panniculopathy (EFP), commonly known as cellulite. [More]
Viewpoints: Why Emory accepted American Ebola cases; calls for terrified Americans to 'chill out'

Viewpoints: Why Emory accepted American Ebola cases; calls for terrified Americans to 'chill out'

Blame it on Richard Preston. "The Hot Zone," his 1994 nonfiction science thriller about the spread and devastation of the Ebola virus, pretty much set the standard for terrifying contagion scenarios. ... [More]
Auxilium Pharmaceuticals' total revenues decrease 17% to $83 million in Q2 2014

Auxilium Pharmaceuticals' total revenues decrease 17% to $83 million in Q2 2014

Auxilium Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a fully integrated specialty biopharmaceutical company, today announced financial results for the second quarter ending June 30, 2014. The Company highlighted important corporate, commercial, regulatory and clinical development updates from the quarter. [More]
Loyola's Sexual Wellness Clinic to help break down the stigma associated with sexual dysfunction

Loyola's Sexual Wellness Clinic to help break down the stigma associated with sexual dysfunction

Sexual dysfunction among couples is common, yet it often goes untreated, according to specialists at Loyola University Health System's Sexual Wellness Clinic. [More]
Study examines whether men who ride have higher risk of erectile dysfunction, infertility, prostate cancer

Study examines whether men who ride have higher risk of erectile dysfunction, infertility, prostate cancer

Cycling is a popular activity that offers clear health benefits, but there is an ongoing controversy about whether men who ride have a higher risk of urogenital disorders such as erectile dysfunction, infertility, or prostate cancer. [More]
Auxilium Pharmaceuticals plans to merge with QLT

Auxilium Pharmaceuticals plans to merge with QLT

Auxilium Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a fully integrated specialty biopharmaceutical company, and QLT Inc., a Canadian-based biotechnology company focused on developing innovative orphan ophthalmology products, today announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement under which Auxilium plans to merge with QLT. [More]
Study supports proposal to screen all men with gout for presence of ED

Study supports proposal to screen all men with gout for presence of ED

A new study presented today at the European League Against Rheumatism Annual Congress showed that erectile dysfunction (ED) is present in most men with gout and is frequently severe. [More]
Auxilium and Prasco introduce authorized generic version of Testim

Auxilium and Prasco introduce authorized generic version of Testim

Auxilium Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a fully integrated specialty biopharmaceutical company, today announced that it has partnered with Prasco, LLC ("Prasco") to introduce an Authorized Generic version of Testim® (testosterone gel). [More]
Medicare to pay for hep C screenings for baby boomers

Medicare to pay for hep C screenings for baby boomers

The decision comes amid controversy surrounding the costs of new drugs to treat the blood-borne virus. Meanwhile, two studies find that Medicare could save billions if doctors switched from an expensive eye medication to a similar, much cheaper one and, also, if Part D plans were selected based on the actual drugs patients take. [More]