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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Researchers at the University of California in the United States have found in a new study that Viagra can be useful for purposes other than erectile dysfunction: the drug could be used in bone marrow transplants.

The experiment, which could potentially be groundbreaking, was conducted in rodents.

The scientists administered Sildenafil Citrate, an active ingredient of Viagra, to the animals, and a dose of Plerixafor medically used to direct stem cells from the blood to the bone marrow.

The organ is in charge of producing blood cells and, in people suffering from leukemia and lymphoma, it . . .

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