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29 Jan 2012
“Ultrasound male contraceptive, overlooked for decades, confirmed to work“
Imagine a contraceptive that could, with one or two painless 15-minute non-surgical treatments, provide months of protection from pregnancy. And imagine that the equipment needed were already in physical therapists’ offices around the world.
12 May 2010
“No more pills: Male contraceptive takes new approach“
The late Dr. Mostafa Fahim at the University of Missouri-Columbia was the first to have the idea to try ultrasound for contraception– the same ultrasound used daily by physical therapists to treat injuries.
28 September 2007
“Of mice and men: new male contraceptives successful in rodents and humans”
News from day 2 of the “Future of Male Contraception” conference: Intra Vas Device preliminary study results; hormonal gel+shot at the University of Washington; and Columbia University oral method results in mice
27 September 2007
“Contraception: progress brings hope for new methods for men”
Day 1 of announcements from the “Future of Male Contraception” conference: news on a new oral lead CDB-4022; selective androgen receptor modulators (a hormonal advance); IVD trial results preview; and SpermCheck
21 September 2007
“Male contraception breakthroughs to be presented, Seattle Sept. 27-28″
Advance announcement of the NIH’s “Future of Male Contraception” conference
7 November 2006
“Male contraception: One door opens, another closes”
Good news for Adjudin; end of the road for miglustat
5 October 2006
“Male contraceptive study expands to 4 US cities”
Because of strong initial interest, the IVD will now be available at three additional study sites
3 May 2006
“New male contraceptive targets sperm, not hormones”
FDA approves trial of new Intra Vas Device (IVD) design
30 March 2006
“New male contraceptive clears hurdle”
RISUG trial gains approval to enroll new subjects in Indian trial after long delay
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