Male contraceptive “akin to IUD” on horizon

A new type of reversible, non-hormonal male contraceptive has been found to work reliably in primates Known as Vasalgel, the contraceptive works by blocking the vas deferens (the tube that sperm travels down) with a flexible, spongy, hydrogel material that allows bodily fluids to pass while blocking sperm cells. The gel can then be subsequently

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