Male hormonal contraception

@article{Cornia2004MaleHC,
  title={Male hormonal contraception},
  author={Paul B. Cornia and B. Anawalt},
  journal={Expert Opinion on Emerging Drugs},
  year={2004},
  volume={9},
  pages={335 - 344}
}
  • Paul B. Cornia, B. Anawalt
  • Published 2004
  • Medicine
  • Expert Opinion on Emerging Drugs
  • Although women have traditionally shouldered the responsibility of contraception, up to a third of couples worldwide employ a male form of contraception (e.g., condoms or vasectomy). Some women are unable to use hormonal contraception; vasectomy is best considered irreversible; and long-term use of condoms is associated with a relatively high failure rate (pregnancy). Thus, a need exists for a safe, effective, reversible, well-tolerated male hormonal contraceptive agent. Two large multi-centre… CONTINUE READING
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