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Viagra keeps two-year-old British boy alive

London (PTI): Who says anti-impotence drugs are only for old men? A two-year-old boy in Britain is dependent on Viagra -- but for a different reason altogether. Oliver Sherwood takes the medicine four times a day to control pulmonary hypertension (PH), a rare and heart and lung condition that causes chronic high blood pressure, 'The Daily Telegraph' reported on wedneday.

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Asked by Abbas Khan, 14 Mar '08 10:38 am
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dats not true!
Answered by chinmay kalelkar, 14 Mar '08 10:38 am

 
  
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yeah i also read but do you think there is truth in it
Answered by Pooja, 14 Mar '08 10:40 am

 
  
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