“Who wants a male pill?”

Tim Lewis of the London Observer covered the issue of male contraception. The comprehensive article included a history of research on this topic and a review of promising methods, including Vasalgel. The author also investigated why male contraception has taken so long to develop. Elaine Lissner, director of Parsemus Foundation, was interviewed and says she would like to see a range of options for men that compares to the “contraceptive supermarket” that now exists for women: from temporary fixes to long-term solutions for men in stable relationships. Read the full story: Who wants a male pill?.

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