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Percentage of patients who gave rating of 9 or 10 (high)
% Hospital
91 WOMEN'S HOSPITAL THE(NEWBURGH)
89 ST VINCENT HEART CENTER OF INDIANA LLC(INDIANAPOLIS)
87 INDIANA ORTHOPAEDIC HOSPITAL LLC(INDIANAPOLIS)
83 MONROE HOSPITAL(BLOOMINGTON)
82 INDIANA HEART HOSPITAL, THE(INDIANAPOLIS)
82 CLARIAN NORTH MEDICAL CENTER(CARMEL)
81 ST FRANCIS HOSPITAL MOORESVILLE(MOORESVILLE)
79 DUPONT HOSPITAL LLC(FORT WAYNE)
79 DEKALB MEMORIAL HOSPITAL INC(AUBURN)
78 PARKVIEW HUNTINGTON HOSPITAL(HUNTINGTON)
78 ORTHOPAEDIC HOSPITAL AT PARKVIEW NORTH LLC(FORT WAYNE)
78 ST VINCENT CARMEL HOSPITAL INC(CARMEL)
77 CLARIAN WEST MEDICAL CENTER(AVON)
77 HENDRICKS REGIONAL HEALTH(DANVILLE)
77 PARKVIEW HOSPITAL(FORT WAYNE)
77 MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AND HEALTH CARE CENTER(JASPER)
76 WITHAM HEALTH SERVICES(LEBANON)
76 TIPTON HOSPITAL(TIPTON)
76 PARKVIEW NOBLE HOSPITAL(KENDALLVILLE)
76 PARKVIEW LAGRANGE HOSPITAL(LAGRANGE)
76 SCHNECK MEDICAL CENTER(SEYMOUR)
75 PARKVIEW WHITLEY HOSPITAL(COLUMBIA CITY)
75 WABASH COUNTY HOSPITAL(WABASH)
75 GOSHEN GENERAL HOSPITAL(GOSHEN)
75 FRANCISCAN PHYSICIANS HOSPITAL LLC(MUNSTER)
75 DUNN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL(BEDFORD)
74 LUTHERAN HOSPITAL OF INDIANA(FORT WAYNE)
74 GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL(VINCENNES)
74 ST VINCENT WILLIAMSPORT HOSPITAL INC(WILLIAMSPORT)
74 MARGARET MARY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL INC(BATESVILLE)
74 RIVERVIEW HOSPITAL(NOBLESVILLE)
74 ST FRANCIS HOSPITAL AND HEALTH CENTERS-INDIANAPOLI(INDIANAPOLIS)
74 CLARK MEMORIAL HOSPITAL(JEFFERSONVILLE)
73 ST MARY MEDICAL CENTER INC(HOBART)
73 MAJOR HOSPITAL(SHELBYVILLE)
73 ST MARY'S MEDICAL CENTER OF EVANSVILLE INC(EVANSVILLE)
73 MEMORIAL HOSPITAL OF SOUTH BEND(SOUTH BEND)
73 SAINT JOHN'S HEALTH SYSTEM(ANDERSON)
72 COMMUNITY HOSPITAL(MUNSTER)
72 ST VINCENT HOSPITAL & HEALTH SERVICES(INDIANAPOLIS)
72 JAY COUNTY HOSPITAL(PORTLAND)
72 BLUFFTON REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER(BLUFFTON)
71 COMMUNITY HOSPITAL OF ANDERSON AND MADISON COUNTY(ANDERSON)
71 COLUMBUS REGIONAL HOSPITAL(COLUMBUS)
71 HARRISON COUNTY HOSPITAL(CORYDON)
71 FLOYD MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AND HEALTH SERVICES(NEW ALBANY)
70 BEDFORD REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER(BEDFORD)
70 HENRY COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL(NEW CASTLE)
70 ST FRANCIS HOSPITAL AND HEALTH CENTERS(BEECH GROVE)
69 HANCOCK REGIONAL HOSPITAL(GREENFIELD)
69 ST JOSEPH HOSPITAL & HEALTH CENTER INC(KOKOMO)
69 CAMERON MEMORIAL COMMUNITY HOSPITAL INC(ANGOLA)
69 ST VINCENT FRANKFORT HOSPITAL INC(FRANKFORT)
69 ST VINCENT MERCY HOSPITAL(ELWOOD)
69 ST ANTHONY(CROWN POINT)
******69 Indiana State Average******
68 SCOTT COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AKA SCOTT MEMORIAL(SCOTTSBURG)
68 SAINT JOSEPH'S REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER - PLYMOUTH(PLYMOUTH)
68 ST CATHERINE HOSPITAL INC(EAST CHICAGO)
68 LAPORTE HOSPITAL AND HEALTH SERVICES(LA PORTE)
68 WESTVIEW HOSPITAL(INDIANAPOLIS)
68 KING'S DAUGHTERS' HOSPITAL AND HEALTH SERVICES,THE(MADISON)
67 COMMUNITY HOSPITAL SOUTH(INDIANAPOLIS)
67 DECATUR COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL(GREENSBURG)
67 MARION GENERAL HOSPITAL(MARION)
67 DAVIESS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL(WASHINGTON)
66 SULLIVAN COUNTY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL(SULLIVAN)
66 ST JOSEPH HOSPITAL(FORT WAYNE)
66 REID HOSPITAL & HEALTH CARE SERVICES INC(RICHMOND)
66 DUKES MEMORIAL HOSPITAL(PERU)
66 SAINT JOSEPH REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER - SOUTH BEND(SOUTH BEND)
66 MEMORIAL HOSPITAL(LOGANSPORT)
66 DEACONESS HOSPITAL INC(EVANSVILLE)
66 JOHNSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL(FRANKLIN)
******65 National Average******
65 HOWARD REGIONAL HEALTH SYSTEM(KOKOMO)
65 ST VINCENT JENNINGS HOSPITAL INC(NORTH VERNON)
65 GIBSON GENERAL HOSPITAL(PRINCETON)
65 CLARIAN HEALTH PARTNERS INC D/B/A METHODIST IU RIL(INDIANAPOLIS)
65 BALL MEMORIAL HOSPITAL INC(MUNCIE)
65 ST VINCENT CLAY HOSPITAL INC(BRAZIL)
64 ELKHART GENERAL HOSPITAL(ELKHART)
64 BLOOMINGTON HOSPITAL(BLOOMINGTON)
64 ST MARGARET MERCY HEALTHCARE CENTERS(DYER)
64 WILLIAM N WISHARD MEMORIAL HOSPITAL(INDIANAPOLIS)
64 UNION HOSPITAL CLINTON(CLINTON)
63 KOSCIUSKO COMMUNITY HOSPITAL(WARSAW)
63 DEARBORN COUNTY HOSPITAL(LAWRENCEBURG)
63 FAYETTE REGIONAL HEALTH SYSTEM(CONNERSVILLE)
63 PORTER, VALPARAISO HOSPITAL(VALPARAISO)
62 ST ANTHONY MEMORIAL HEALTH CENTERS(MICHIGAN CITY)
62 UNION HOSPITAL, INC(TERRE HAUTE)
61 COMMUNITY HOSPITALS OF INDIANA INC (EAST)(INDIANAPOLIS)
61 ST ELIZABETH CENTRAL(LAFAYETTE)
60 TERRE HAUTE REGIONAL HOSPITAL(TERRE HAUTE)
60 ST CLARE MEDICAL CENTER(CRAWFORDSVILLE)
59 MORGAN HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL CENTER(MARTINSVILLE)
56 ST MARGARET MERCY HEALTHCARE CENTERS(HAMMOND)
56 STARKE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL(KNOX)
55 ST MARY'S WARRICK HOSPITAL INC(BOONVILLE)
55 LAFAYETTE HOME HOSPITAL(LAFAYETTE)
54 ST VINCENT RANDOLPH HOSPITAL INC(WINCHESTER)
44 METHODIST HOSPITALS, INC(GARY)
39 SAINT CATHERINE REGIONAL HOSPITAL(CHARLESTOWN)

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Stephen Walker- Shockwave: Countdown to Hiroshima

There are several great and insightful books written about the bomb (with Richard Rhodes's book being the gold standard), and one is always prone to wonder if there could be anything new on the topic. However, no book, for lack of space, can cover all aspects of this momentous and defining time in history. Stephen Walker's Countdown To Hiroshima is the best account I have seen yet of the personal perspectives of some of the men and women who worked on the bomb. Walker sometimes gives an almost minute-by-minute description of events as a chapter. For example, shortly before the bombing, one chapter is titled "One hour to Hiroshima". The next chapter actually is "45 seconds to Hiroshima", with a riveting description of the dropping and explosion of the bomb almost by the second.

Even among the people who Walker portrays, many of whom were ordinary people who became extraordinary, he especially focuses on two sets of pivotal actors; the men who organised the first atomic bomb detonation in the hot desert of New Mexico on an eerie, black morning, and later and most importantly, the remarkable small group of men who flew the planes that dropped the bomb and changed history. But Walker also considerably focuses on the men and women who finally bore the terrifying relentless of this fever pitch- the people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and their leaders.

It was through this book that I got to know about the monumental challenges that the bombers and their commanders faced, and the obssessive yet essentially security that enveloped the whole operation. Walker begins with a riveting account of Trinity, the first atomic bomb test. He focuses on Don Hornig, a young physicist whose job was to safeguard the bomb before the test. The test was conducted in the desert haunts of New Mexico during the black haze of dawn. Everybody had nerves of steel in the moments leading to the test. Nobel laureates worked together with technicians and construction workers. Nothing could be left to chance. Robert Oppenheimer flitted in and out of the scenes, his body racked by a cough worked up by years of compulsive chain-smoking. Everybody worried about his health; he had been almost physically present at every step leading to the bomb in the last four years.
Don Hornig's job was to babysit the bomb on top of a tower where it was supposed to be detonated. Walker paints vivid and apocalyptic sounding accounts of the rain that suddenly turned the desert into muck, the thunder that growled as if in retaliation for some sin that the scientists were committing, and the flashes of lightning that actually threatened to detonate the bomb. The bomb was almost a religious experience for some. Walker takes us to the top of the tower with Don Hornig, sitting beside that black nebulous object amid lightning and thunder inside a makeshift tent. It was only a few minutes before the detonation that Hornig was ordered to step down from the tower. The rest is history. A new force was born in the next few minutes, brighter than than the sun, that has nonetheless cast humanity into a suicidal straitjacket ever since.

The people of Hiroshima of course did not know anything about this. They were gearing up to fight to the last man, woman, and child. The depiction of life in the city is stark. Rationing was strictly enforced, and everybody was supposed to do the backbreaking work necessary to defend their homeland, age and physical condition notwithstanding. Walker focuses on a few sets of people whose lives, either shattered or tragically cut short, he traces in the last few days before August 6. There are the two sisters, one of them sick, who have to come down from their home in the hills everyday to pick grass for eating. There is the doctor who has already been sickened by the war and envelops himself into a drunken stupor the night before. There are the lovers who hold hands in the garden of Hiroshima on the night before, confident that the war can end soon and they can get married. The bomb has the capacity to change everything into nothing, all this imagery, all the stuff which is the raw material for stories and civilization.

It is also interesting to read the political deliberations that went on in the Japanese and US governments. Walker has had access to newly declassified documents, and from them, one gets the painful sense of lost opportunity that could have made things so much more different. For one thing, many Japanese ministers and leaders wanted to negotiate with the US through the Soviet Union for surrender, with the singular condition that they could keep their emperor. There were others though who subscribed to the standard Japanese tradition of considering the thought of surrender as the most revolting and cowardly thing they could possibly do. Our brave soldiers have died in the thousands defending Okinawa, Guadalcanal, Iwo Jima. We should not let their sacrifice be for nothing. We will train our teenage girls to fight to their last breath, with bamboo spears in the absence of all other weapons...One can only remotely imagine the nightmare that would have been precipitated if it become necessary for the Allies to storm the beaches of Japan.

But even more than the Japanese, the Allies lost a chance not only to avoid getting a blot on the escutcheon of their history, but also to preserve their hard won nuclear knowledge and preserve the lead for a little while more in the arms race. It is now clear that Truman and others consistently ignored entertaining the thought of letting the Japanese surrender by keeping their emperor. They did not do this with the wilful intention of killing innocent Japanese, but as I have written before, they were too preoccupied with possible Allied casualties, and more tellingly with the diplomatic potential of the bomb, to contemplate conditional Japanese surrender. Truman's secretary of state Henry Stimson had visited and studied Japan and knew of the strong commitment to culture, emperor, and traditions that the Japanese exemplified. Truman chose instead to focus on the looming Soviet threat. The atomic bomb would be the perfect preemptive weapon.
History would indeed have been very different if Truman had considered letting the Japanese keep their emperor and surrender without the bomb, something to which they would likely have agreed sooner of later. That he did not in some ways paved the way for the next fifty years of nuclear enslavement, a trend that continues to the present day.

But the main part of the book really concerns men about whom relatively less has been written. These were the men who commandeered the planes that dropped the bombs. Walker's book will put to rest any illusions that dropping the bomb was as easy as uploading it onto a standard bomber and then simply releasing it at the opportune moment. Dropping the bomb involved choosing the best bomber pilots in the air-force, training them for almost a year at a top-secret base in Utah, acclimatizing them to the rigors of living and traning in the South Pacific, and finally making sure that they preserve the nerves to carry out their mission. To lead such a band of handpicked and hardened pilots, technicians, bombers, and crew would need a remarkable air-force commander. Fortunately, Colonel Paul Tibbets was just the man for the mission.

Probably the most amusing anecdote in the book concerns the grilling that Tibbets received before they could make sure he was the perfect man for the mission. Experience and skill was not an issue; Tibbets had been one of the best bomber pilots in Europe. But to lead and organise such a secret mission, it would take much more than just skill. They wanted to look for rock solid resolve, courage, and also honesty, so that the man would never compromise the utmost secrecy of the project. To gauge these qualities, they asked Tibbets if he had ever been arrested. There was one occasion when Tibbets had been arrested for being in intimate association with a women in the back of a car on a Florida beach. The officials waited for his answer. If Tibbets lied, he would have been out of the show right away. Tibbets spoke the truth, and changed his life for all of of history to read about.

In Wendover, Utah, Tibbets assembled a crew of handpicked men who would accompany him on the flight. They trained for a year in specially modified B-29 bombers, day after day, making pass after pass in the air, till they would get it perfect and drop with fatigue. Life in Wendover did not come without perks. To make sure they stayed happy and honest, Tibbets's men were given carte blanche to behave almost any way they wanted. Alcohol was generously supplied in infinite quantities. Living quarters were such that generals would not get them. Affairs with local girls were hushed up with bribery and cajoling. The men could not be distracted from their goal, which in large part involved a single manuever, to learn to bank at an angle of 60 degrees and fly away as fast as they could. This was for an important reason on which their lives depended; the bomb's shockwave would rapidly reach them, and this impossible pass in the air was about the only way they could get away from it safely without having their plane flattened like a tin can. But they did learn how to do the pass, after practising it literally thousands of times, until they could do it blindfolded.

From Wendover, the team flew to Tinian Island, one of the hard won, sun baked South Pacific islands that the Allies had captured the previous year. In the sweltering year-round heat, the island had been turned into an engineering marvel, the largest airforce base in the world until then, with the largest possible runways one could imagine. The few Japanese who had escaped into the overlooking hills watched with frightened faces and wide eyes. The giant B-29s that bombed Japan day and night lined up like hundred of mosquitoes or pirhanas, and like zombies, got off the runway, dropped their cartload of bombs on Japan relentlessly, and came back for more before taking off again. The operation was harsh and obssesive, because it was commandeered by the harshest and most obssesive man in the armed forces- Curtis LeMay. LeMay had only one mission, to bomb Japan back to the stone age until it surrendered. There was absolutely no concern in his mind about civilian deaths or their numbers. Indeed, LeMay probably annihilated more cities and people than either "Butcher" Harris (commander of the RAF who ordered the Hamburg and Dresden bombing raids) or Hermann Goering (commander of the Luftwaffe). It is one of the ironies of history that by the time the bomb crew was ready to drop their payload, Japan was a smouldering heap in which many times more people had been killed than would die in the atomic bombings.

Walker also gives a good sense of the immense secrecy surrounding the project. None of the bomber crew except Tibbets actually knew what kind of bomb they were going to drop. Nobody else on the whole of Tinian Island except the general commander knew what the crew was there for. The assembly of the bombs took place in remote buildings on the island. The buildings were guarded around the clock with dozens of military police (who also did not know what was going on inside). The secrecy was enforced without exception; there were shoot-on-sight orders for anyone who ventured close to the bulidings, generals included. The uranium and plutonium bombs promptly made their way after the test to Tinian, one on a ship guarded by men willing to pay with their lives, and the other one by plane. With the bomb sat specialists recruited by Oppenheimer for their realiability and nerves, specially inducted into the army for the mission. One of them was Deke Parsons, whose job was to "arm" the bomb in flight. Walker conveys the immense difficulty of this seemingly simple task. The bombs could not be armed before they were loaded on because there was actually a danger that they could detonate prematurely by electrical discharges or impact. Once on board, they had to be armed quickly, in an extremely cramped space amid turbulence and constant movement. The arming was complex, with many pins to be inserted, removed, and turned. The casing was rough. Parson, like a man possessed, practised arming the bomb in the 100 degree heat for hours when the plane was on the ground, until his hand was bleeding from the effort. Once up in the sky, failure could not possibly be contemplated.

On Tinian as in Wendover, the quirky crew, men of all shapes, sizes, and inclinations and personalities, were treated like kings. The treatment oddly resembled that given to condemned men before they are executed. They were treated to fine gourmet food specially made by the chef, gallons of booze, air-conditioned quarters, movies in their own theater. Jealous and curious inquirers were quickly shooed away at gunpoint. Even if the men did not know their exact mission till the last moment, they knew that it carried the risk of capture or easy destruction. To make sure the weather was right for bombing and to serve as a cover against anti-aircraft fire, two other planes would lead the plane with the bomb. Taking off itself was no simple operation. With the increased load, the plans could easy tumble down and crash on the runway, ending the mission, the lives of the crew, and possibly detonating the bomb and the entire island before it all even began. It was hard to imagine anyone in the world except Tibbets and his crew pulling it off at that point.

On the day of reckoning, Deke Parson finally told them the nature of the "gadget" that armed guards had been safeguarding with their life for so long, and which they were supposed to deliver that day. He still did not tell them the mechanism by which the gadget operated. Before the crew took off, they posed for historic photographs. Just before take off and after coming back, they would become some of the most unlikely rock stars of the century. Tibbets's mother went down in history. Her proud son named his plane after her- Enola Gay.

After take off, things went smoothly. But a measure of how much attention to detail had to be still paid is illustrated by a fascinating fact recounted by Walker. The bomb was exquisitely designed to be detonated at a particular height above the ground, where it would cause the most destruction. To achieve this, it had built inside, a precise set of radar antennas that were activated sequentially. Each radar antenna would send signals vertically to the ground as the bomb was falling, and judge the height from the reflected signal. The timing circuitry was programmed to detonate the bomb at the precise height as indicated by the antenna. But there was a problem. If Japanese radio transmitters broadcast anything at the particular radar frequency, the bomb could be activated and possibly detonate in flight. To circumvent this deadly and bizarre possibility, one man was recruited for the express purpose of scanning radar frequencies emitted by Japanese transmitters. Space on the Enola Gay was exclusive to say the least. The radar scanner was finally installed in the only remaining space- beside the toilet.
As the bomb falls, Walker's riveting, almost second-by-second account of what was happening inside it and inside the plane creates a bizarre contrast; a clinical and sanitized description of bomb and flight physics, as if almost divorced from the very much human impact that was going to be created in ten seconds.

If one can call anything associated with the conception of such a terrible weapon as perfect, then everything in the mission went perfectly. The weather cleared up soon, but not before Hiroshima was consigned to fate at the last moment; the initial intended target was Kokura. It was the bad weather over Kokura that sealed Hiroshima's fate. Apart from this, the mission went smoothly, with no Japanese antiaircraft fire, and perfect detonation and destruction of a beautiful city. As they watched the burgeoning mushroom cloud with astonishment, the crew of the Enola Gay exemplified the ambivalence about the bomb that everyone has felt since then. For some, it was simply a job to be done. For others, it was a vision that would rob them of sleep throughout their lives. After coming back, the men were in a surreal mood, not having slept in days. They were hounded by the media and declared heroes. Everyone was satisfied and happy, including General Leslie Groves, head of the Manhattan Project in Washington, but admittedly excluding Robert Oppenheimer.

In Hiroshima of course, the story was different. Walker gives a sobering narration of the destruction of the city. These stories have been recounted in detail in dozens of books, including John Hersey's famous Hiroshima and Rhodes's book. There was the drunken and disturbed doctor, who was saved from the brink of death because he had to attend an early morning house call on a house on a nearby hill. When he started walking back to the city, dazed, the sky a fantastic hue of colours in the background, he saw people looking like zombies ascending the hill towards him. Many of them uttered animal-like screams and fell down motionless. They were human beings, charred black by the heat, bones sticking out, desperately looking for water, and a way to survive. The man who had spent the earlier night with his lover in the garden never saw her again. The sister whose twin was sick did not see her either. The soldier who was on duty a short distance away saw two huddled figures, his wife and child, blackened and fused together on the road near his house. All he did was pick the bones up, to bury the later. Many of these survivors must have died of radiation poisoning later. The few surviving photographs of the time depict a snapshot of misery and things that the human mind can do, tales for generations to come.

Paul Tibbets is still alive. To this day, he has never regretted dropping the bomb.

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On December 23, 1985, two young men in Reno, Nevada put shotguns to their own heads after drinking and smoking marijuana as they listened to a record by the English rock group Judas Priest. Raymond Belknap shot himself fatally, while the other, James Vance, was grossly disfigured.

Their parents, claiming that subliminal messages in the heavy metal band's songs mesmerized the boys into their bizarre suicide pact, filed suit against CBS Records. Centered around this non jurored trial, DREAM DECEIVERS looks at this tragedy through interviews with Vance - who later died in 1988 from a cheap viagra overdose -, his and Belknap's parents, other Reno "metalheads", and members of Judas Priest.


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Horn of rhinoceros. Penis of tiger. Root of sea holly. Husk of the emerald-green blister beetle known as the Spanish fly. So colorful and exotic is the list of substances that have been claimed to heighten sexual appetite that it’s hard not to feel a twinge of disappointment on first beholding the latest entry—a small white plastic nasal inhaler containing an odorless, colorless synthetic chemical called PT-141. Plain as it is, however, there is one thing that distinguishes PT-141 from the 4,000 years’ worth of recorded medicinal aphrodisiacs that precede it: It actually works.

And it’s coming to a medicine cabinet near you. The drug will soon enter Phase 3 clinical trials, the final round of testing before it goes to the Food and Drug Administration for review, and with the FDA’s approval it could reach the market in as soon as three years. The full range of possible risks and side effects has yet to be determined, but already this much is known: Putting that inhaler up your nose and popping off a dose of PT-141 results, in most cases, in a stirring in the loins in as few as fifteen minutes. Women, according to one set of results, feel “genital warmth, tingling and throbbing,” not to mention “a strong desire to have sex.” Among men, who’ve been tested with the drug more extensively, the data set is, shall we say, richer:

“With PT-141, you feel good, not only sexually aroused,” reported anonymous patient 007, a participant in a Phase 2 trial, “you feel younger and more energetic.” Said another patient: “It helped the libido. So you have the urge and the desire. . . . You get this humming feeling; you’re ready to take your pants off and go.” And another: “Twice me and my wife had sex twice in one night. I came in [to work] and I just raved about it: ‘Jesus, guys . . . 58 years old and you don’t do that.’ ” Tales of pharmaceutically induced sexual prowess among 58-year-olds are common enough in the age of the Little Blue Pill, but they don’t typically involve quite so urgent a repertoire of humming, throbbing, tingling, and double-dipping. Or as patient 128 put it: “My wife knows. She can tell the difference between cheap cialis and PT-141.”

The precise mechanisms by which PT-141 does its job remain unclear, but the rough idea is this: Where Viagra acts on the circulatory system, helping blood flow into the penis, PT-141 goes straight to the brain itself. And there it goes to work, switching on the same neural circuitry that lights up when a person actually, you know, wants to.

“It’s not merely allowing a sexual response to take place more easily,” explains Michael A. Perelman, co-director of the Human Sexuality Program at New York Presbyterian Hospital and a sexual-medicine adviser on the PT-141 trials. Though he cautions against jumping to conclusions, he’s hopeful that the drug represents a breakthrough. “It may be having an effect, literally, on how we think and feel.”

Palatin Technologies, the New Jersey–based maker of PT-141, has hopes of its own. Once the company gets FDA approval for the drug, Palatin plans to market it to the same crowd Viagra targets: male erectile-dysfunction patients. Approval as a treatment for female sexual dysfunction may follow, perhaps bringing relief to postmenopausal and other women with truly physiological barriers to sexual happiness. In the wake of Pfizer’s failed attempts to prove Viagra works for women, and amid growing recognition that it doesn’t even do the trick for large numbers of men, these two markets alone could make PT-141 a pharmaceutical blockbuster.

But let’s face facts: A drug that makes you not only able to but eager to isn’t going to remain the exclusive property of the severely impaired. As with Viagra, there will no doubt be extensive off-label use of PT-141. Fast-acting and long-lasting, packaged in an easily concealed, single-use nasal inhaler, unaffected by food or alcohol consumption, PT-141 seems bound to take its place alongside MDMA, cocaine, poppers, and booze itself in the pantheon of club drugs. If the chemical is all it’s cracked up to be, the perennial pharmacological dilemma of the pickup scene—namely, how to maximize the fun when the drinks required to set the mood are always more than enough to dull the senses—would appear to have found its solution.

You’ve been there yourself, after all: a third or fourth date, a late night of rich food, hard liquor, mildly exhausting erotic tension. Can you admit to yourself now, however hungrily you may have anticipated the evening’s scheduled consummation, that there was a part of you, when the moment arrived, that really would have rather been at home watching CSI?





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