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Research shows that Cialis can help people who suffer from scleroderma and can help alleviate hand and finger ulcers associated with Raynaurds.
Scleroderma and Raynauds phenomenon are extremely rare, with around only 250 cases per million in America. Scleroderma is a painful rheumatic disease which often leads to patients having unusually thick and tight skin. In turn this can produce excessive of scar tissue and has the potential to cause damage to internal organs.
The majority of people suffering from scleroderma also develop Raynauds phenomenon which causes structural damage to blood vessels. Ultimately this prevents the vessels from reacting normally to cold temperatures which can lead to unsightly and painful finger ulcers and, in extreme cases, even gangrene.
There is no known cure for either disease which means that the discovery that Cialis can help with the associated symptoms is enthusiastically welcomed by sufferers.
The study focussed on 53 volunteers who, on average, had been suffering from scleroderma for six years. It was discovered that the group who received Cialis group had statistically significant improvements to their symptoms when compared to the placebo group.
In particular it was noted that ulcers disappeared completely for all patients receiving Cialis, and new ulcers only appeared in one patient using the drug compared to nine of those in the placebo group.
The research was presented to a meeting of the American College of Rheumatology recently held in Atlanta, USA.
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