FDA approves Cialis, Lilly's impotence pill

The FDA approved the sale of Eli Lilly's Cialis, a drug that treats impotence, making it the third drug to enter the market. Cialis is active for up to 24 to 36 hours, unlike Levitra and Viagra, which reach their full effectiveness in an hour, on average. The drug is not recommended for patients on some heart medications.

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