Male pill by 2005

28th July 2000 at 01:00
A MALE contraceptive pill could be available in five years, said a team working at Edinburgh University, which claims to have sucessfully completed trials in Scotland, Sout Africa, China and Nigeria.

The pill contains desogestrel, a steroid that inhibits sperm production, and testosterone, to counteract the loss of sex drive.


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