Curing erectile dysfunction: Con
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Several reports have suggested that erectile dysfunction can be cured through a variety of interventions. At best, some of the results are intriguing and suggest that further study in this area is warranted. Unfortunately, these studies have a multitude of methodologic problems and are not convincing in their conclusions. At the present time, although the concept of curing erectile dysfunction is appealing, we have fallen well short of achieving that goal.
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