Researchers Hope that Male Birth Control Will be Available by 2017

September 15, 2014 7:48 AM

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Researchers Hope that Male Birth Control Will be Available by 2017

The sexually active portion of the World’s population is always searching for better ways to prevent unexpected child conception. Sure, you have condoms and birth control pills, but they aren’t 100% safe. Also, birth control pills can be dangerous to a smoker’s health. Great news has surfaced: it seems that male birth control will be available by 2017. This means that men will no longer have to use condoms in order to prevent unwanted pregnancies. The new treatment has yet to prove successful, but the Parsemus Foundation is working hard on developing a new low-cost birth control solution.

Valsalgel appears to be a promising alternative to regular contraception methods, and researchers are optimistic that it will hit the markets by 2017.

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