Drug :: Sex drugs seized by medicines regulator, UK

UK Enforcement officers from the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) seized approximately ?350,000 worth of unlicensed medicines on 01 August 2007 at a secure lock-up facility in Uxbridge, West London. The medicines seized were Kamagra tablets and sachets, Lovegra and Apcalis. These are unlicensed medicines used to treat male impotence.

BOTOX :: Botox, more than cosmetic, reduces size of prostate

Injecting botulinum toxin A, or Botox, into the prostate gland of men with enlarged prostate, eased symptoms and improved quality of life up to a year after the procedure, according to a study by researchers at the Chang Gung University Medical College, Taiwan, and the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.

Jet lag :: Jet lag may be treated with viagra

Jet lag, a disruption of bodily rhythms caused by high-speed travel across several time zones typically in a jet aircraft, may be treated with viagra – a well-known impotence drug, revealed by Argentine researchers.

Prostate Cancer :: Prostate cancer patients see high survival rates with seed implants

More than 90 percent of men who receive appropriate radiation dose levels with permanent radiation seed implants to treat their prostate cancer are cured of their cancer eight years after diagnosis, according to a study released in the February 1 issue of the International Journal for Radiation Oncology*Biology*Physics, the official journal of ASTRO.