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Researchers say the findings should reassure doctors that they can prescribe PDE5 inhibitors to men after a heart attack, provided there are no contraindications

Researchers found that 7.1% of men who filed a prescription for an erectile dysfunction medication had a 33% reduced risk of mortality and 40% reduced risk of hospitalisation for heart failure.

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