Viagra is now saving endangered species. If you don't believe then read for yourself:
- Viagra May Be Saving Endangered Species After All (Science Daily)
- Conservation and Viagra : The kindest cut of all (The economist)
- Despite Predictions, Viagra Hasn't Stemmed Trade in Threatened Wildlife (National Geographic)
The researcher's home page: William Von Hippel, Ph.D?
A previous report: Is Viagra a viable conservation tool?
So whom among your favorite species are getting a break? Apparently seals, sea lions, seahorses, pipefishes, deer, and geckos. Unfortunately for you cat and kitten lovers, sea turtles and tigers are still endangered because they are among the most commonly used for pain relief remedies, especially among the elderly population suffering from arthritis and gout in the largest Traditional Medecine markets such as China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand. Nevertheless these countries are rapidly adopting Viagra in lieu of their traditional remedies (I guess because it works better). Unfortunately there is no super drug as yet for arthritis.
"Arthriga - the Arthralgia Killer!" This wonderful drug will save endangered species all over the world. You're invited to join the "Arthriga Movement", dedicated to the promotion of the research, development, and commercialisation of Arthriga.