Golden Balls, Sperm-Killing Gel, and Shrunken Testes, Oh My! - A Review of Male Birth Control Research

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It's been over 50 years since the female birth control pill was introduced to the market. But years later, there's still no male equivalent. Condoms break, vasectomies are permanent, and women continue to bear the brunt of contraceptive responsibility. Recently, however, we've been hearing a lot about male birth control. But what are the actual methods being investigated? Here's a breakdown of the various approaches scientific research is taking to solve one stiff problem:

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