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The current research on erectile dysfunction has yielded many advances in the treatment of the condition. For example, gene therapy is a promising new treatment that may offer long-term results.

Erectile Dysfunction Research: An Overview

Recent advances in erectile dysfunction pills, suppositories, injectable medications, implants, and vacuum devices have expanded the options for men seeking treatment for this condition. These advances in research have also helped increase the number of men seeking erectile dysfunction treatment.
 
Current research on erectile dysfunction is aimed at understanding the causes of erectile dysfunction and the diseases that impair normal function at the cellular and molecular levels, including diabetes and high blood pressure. Erectile dysfunction research is also being done to discover treatments that reverse the effects of this condition.
 

Erectile Dysfunction and Gene Therapy

Gene therapy for erectile dysfunction is now being tested in several centers and may offer a long-lasting therapeutic approach for treating this disorder.
 
(Click Erectile Dysfunction for more information about this condition that affects millions of American men.)
 
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