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a morphine derivative that is not as strong as morphine

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A new drug, apomorphime (sold as Uprima) was recently approved for men and now is being used for erectile dysfunction (ED).
Men who don't respond to sildenafil can expect to have another new treatment option soon, with the pending FDA approval of apomorphine (Uprima).
The drug is expected to be marketed by Tap Pharmaceutical under the name Uprima.
Significant upcoming events at Abbott include the anticipated approval of both Uprima (apomorphine) for erectile dysfunction; a once-a-day version of the company's flagship macrolide antibiotic Biaxin; and the filing for marketing approval of the supplier's next-generation protease inhibitor, ABT-378, in the first half of 2000.
There is also a newer tablet called Uprima that is safe to take if you have heart problems.
These include Viagra as well as a new drug called Uprima which, unlike Viagra, can be used in conjunction with drugs given to heart patients.
The drug Uprima acts on the brain's arousal centre and leaves blokes ready for sex within 20 minutes.