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Erectile Dysfunction Drug, Viagra, Saves Baby Girl

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Fox News, 01:00

After three open-heart surgeries, doctors treating an infant girl born with a severe heart defect found success with Viagra. Dr. David Samadi, prostate cancer expert, explains how Viagra saved her life. As it’s original usage in 1998, Viagra, is an effective treatment for cardiac patients because it contains nitric oxide, an element that causes blood vessels to dilate. By allowing increased blood flow to the heart, pulmonary hypertension is fixed. The future of this baby girl, and of the drug Viagra, is very bright.

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