Reining in sperm could lead to unisex contraceptive

Biologists at the University of California at Berkeley believe they have discovered the chemical interaction that gives sperm the kick they need to penetrate and fertilize a human egg. The discovery has the potential to be used to create a contraceptive that could work for both men and women, and treat male infertility…
Continue Reading Reining in sperm could lead to unisex contraceptive

Category: Health & Wellbeing

Tags:

Contraception

Male Contraceptives

UC Berkeley

Related Articles:

Compound offers potential for male contraceptive pill

Birth control pill for men being developed

Reversible male contraception method lasts 10 years

Nanostructured fabric could protect women against pregnancy and HIV

Is ultrasound the future of male contraception?

One-Handed Condom is a snap to open

The message will be closed after 20 s