Trends in Reversible Male Contraception

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Trends in Reversible Male Contraception
Contraceptive choices for men have been limited to condoms and vasectomies, both of which have proven drawbacks. It has been easier to design female contraception, because women only produce one egg monthly, while men produce millions of sperm all the time. Stumbling blocks include lack of pharmaceutical company support, funding to pay for requisite testing to bring products to market, the length of time and lack of acceptance studies undergo, and cultural beliefs that contraception is the woman’s problem. Still, some very promising research is in progress to find the best reversible male contraceptive methods.
RISUG/
Vasagel
First on the list and thirty years in research is RISUG (the acronym for...
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