Urologists estimate that about 30 million American men suffer from some form of erectile dysfunction, and many clinicians believe that number is rising. Viagra, the pharmacological treatment for impotence, went on the market in April of 1998. Pfizer, Inc., its manufacturer, rates its success as high as 80 percent. Men are expected to find the drug far more desirable than the penile implants, vacuum pumps, and injections and other standard medical treatments for impotence.
NOMAS' 38th National Conference on Men and Masculinity
Forging Justice: Creating Safe, Equal, and Accountable Communities
August 8-10, 2013
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Forging Justice will be a full three day conference, at the Doubletree by Hilton-Fort Shelby in Detroit, MI.