First trial launches to test male contraceptive
SEATTLE -- Researchers at the University of Washington School of Medicine are joining a nationwide clinical trial to test male contraceptive. They are looking for 400 couples across the U.S. to test the contraceptive, which is a gel that is applied on men's arms and shoulders. The gel being tested is composed of Nestorone, a progestin hormone used for female contraception, and testosterone. The contraceptive is reversible.