Demystifying Medicine Video

Over the past few decades, it has been very common for females to take an oral contraceptive as a means of birth control. But new to research is what is known as the "male birth control pill." This will be an oral contraceptive aimed to be taken by males instead of females, due to the reduced amount of side effects when compared to female birth control. Using a news report format, this video explores the new male birth control drug, what is known about it at this time, its benefits, its risks and a comparison with the female birth control pill. It at how each pill works physiologically and what can be excepted from these results.

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