Researchers hope to develop contraceptive pill for men

06/22/2005 | Yahoo!

Researchers at the University of Kansas, working with a $7.9 million NIH grant, are trying to develop a contraceptive pill for men similar to the pills that have been available to women since the 1960s. The scientists plan to test a half-million chemical compounds in hopes of coming up with a pill that does not involve hormones or have risky side effects.

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