Male Contraception Goes High-Tech

10/23/2008 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • Liz Hollis The Times

Men are short-changed when it comes to birth control. Vasectomy is painful and not always reversible. Condoms blunt pleasure, break and slip off. Or there is that Russian-roulette standby, coitus interruptus.

But science finally may have found an answer for reversible, reliable and easy contraception for men with a new breed of futuristic, nonhormonal gizmos that promise a high-tech solution to sperm control.

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