Non-hormonal, long-lasting, reversible male contraception

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CHALLENGE:

  • In the US, 67.5M people use contraception

  • Significant use of hormonal, surgical, and barrier treatments; men have no pharmaceutical option

  • Women’s hormonal contraceptives have side effects including blood clots, headaches and migraines, weight gain, mood changes, decreased libido, spotting, nausea, and breast tenderness

  • Few options for men; the burden remains on women

  • Clinical study shows that men are willing to try a male contraceptive

OUR APPROACH:
Develop a non-hormonal, long-lasting, reversible, male contraception