Inhalable Aphrodisiac for Women Shows Promise
A New Jersey drug company says Bremolanotide, which stimulates the brain, rather than the genitals, may be the long-sought female version of Viagra. The drug is still in preclinical tests.
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FORT LEE, N.J. – A New Jersey drug company says an inhaler it?s working on could be the long-sought female version of Viagra.
Palatin Technologies of Fort Lee says it?s had encouraging results in both men and women with Bremolanotide, which stimulates the brain, rather than the genitals.
The company?s director of preclinical development says it may help women who lack desire and have trouble getting aroused.
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