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Birth control continues to fail women – so why has nothing changed?

By Bethan Swift, PhD candidate in Women's and Reproductive Health, University of Oxford
Christian Becker, Associate Professor, Nuffield Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology,, University of Oxford
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The hunt for a “male birth control pill” is a topic that often grabs attention. But so far no products have been licensed for use, either because they haven’t been effective enough, or because of negative side effects – including depression, mood disorders and acne – that halted trials.

Current contraceptive options for men are

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