June 6, 2011
For years, there's been talk of inventing a male version of the birth control pill, but nothing has ever really caught on. Apart from condoms (and to an extreme, vasectomies), women have for the most part been relied upon to control and prevent unwanted pregnancies. However, researchers at Columbia University in New York have been testing a new male birth control pill on mice, and found that, unlike previous versions, this one appears to have a high efficacy with no harmful side-effects. This could mean that men will finally be able to equally share the reproductive responsibility, but the major question looming in men and women's heads alike is, "Will men WANT to take the pill?" More »
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Male Birth Control Debate: Would Men Really Take The Little Pink Pill?
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