First ever male birth control that lasts for up to 13 years to launch soon

First male birth control that lasts for up to 13 years to launch soon and it will involve injections directly in the penis
The Indian Council of Medical Research, a government-funded biomedical research agency, has successfully completed a clinical trial on an injectable male contraceptive, the Hindustan Times reported.

The product is ready, with only regulatory approvals pending [from the government], Dr. R.S. Sharma, senior scientist with ICMR, told the local news outlet.
The trials are over, including extended, Phase 3 clinical trials for which 303 candidates were recruited with a 97.3% success rate and no reported side effects. The product can safely be called the world’s first male contraceptive.

The birth control method, which lasts approximately 13 years, involves injecting a polymer, called styrene maleic anhydride, into the vas deferens, effectively blocking sperm from leaving the testicles. 


The world's first male birth control may be just months away, according to Indian scientists who have completed clinical trials for an sperm-blocking injections (file)
The shot, preceded by a dose of local anesthesia, is designed to supplant a traditional vasectomy.

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