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Contraceptives for men could soon be available. Trials are underway here in Southern California for pills, injections and a topical cream that could offer men an option.

Male contraceptives could become a reality

Contraceptives for men could soon be available. Trials are underway here in Southern California for pills, injections and a topical cream that could offer men an option.

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