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Scientists want men to test contraceptive

5th October 2009

Scientists from Edinburgh University are looking for couples to participate in a trial to test contraceptive jabs for men.

Professor Richard Anderson of Edinburgh University's reproductive and development sciences division said: "If this trial is successful I imagine there would be interest in looking at marketing the injection as a male contraceptive. Even if not all men would be keen on an injection, there would definitely be a market to make such a treatment available."

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Article Information

Title: Scientists want men to test contraceptive
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 12817
Date Added: 5th Oct 2009

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