Published in Health and Medicine Week, June 1st, 2006
Researchers received U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval for a 90-man study of the Intra Vas Device (IVD), a nonhormonal contraceptive that stops sperm in their tracks. The study, to take place in Seattle, Washington and St. Paul, Minnesota, will bring men one step closer to having their first new contraceptive in more than a century.
"Preliminary studies in animals and men show that this doesn't have the side effects of hormonal methods," said Jim Stice,...
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