Posted: 28 Oct 2016 08:22 AM PDT
Injections trial breakthrough also highlights a lack of progress since the 50s to develop a tablet as good as birth control available to women
Gregory Pincus, the maverick scientist who co-invented the female contraceptive pill, first tried to come up with a male equivalent in the 1950s. Nearly six decades on we are still waiting.
Friday's news that male contraceptive jabs are almost as effective as the female pill, is remarkable as much for the lack of progress it highlights as for the impressive result the trial delivered.Continue reading...
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