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Viagra in new high.

Byline: CAITLIN MACKAY

OVER 100 male and female Scots students are to be fed viagra 16,000 feet up a South American mountain - in the name of science.

The wacky Edinburgh University experiment aims to find a cure for altitude sickness and doctors believe the notorious love drug can help.

Dr Alistair Simpson, the deputy leader of the Bolivian expedition, said: "This is a serious experiment and we hope to find a cure for what is a potentially fatal condition."

"Viagra relaxes the blood vessels and has been used on some lung illnesses at seal level."
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jul 21, 2003
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