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GAYS' VIAGRA BOOST.

Gay people will be able to get Viagra on prescription, the Government pledged last night

The anti-impotence treatment will be given to patients regardless of their sexuality when it becomes available on the NHS.

But it will only be prescribed for medical conditions and not as a recreational drug.

The anti-impotence pill, which has created huge interest worldwide, is currently available on private prescription.

Department of Health chiefs are now drawing up guidelines for NHS use amid fears that its popularity could cost taxpayers millions.
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