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Impotence drug to be rationed

The new erectile dysfunction treatment Cialis (tadalafil), launched in the UK last week, will be subject to the same Government prescribing restrictions that apply to Viagra.

GPs will only be able to prescribe the drug on the NHS to certain patients, including those with prostate cancer, diabetes, kidney failure and patients who have suffered severe distress because of erectile dysfunction.

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