"Professor Richard Anderson, from the University of Edinburgh, who is heading one of the two year long trails said, &裟A lot of women may think it&裟s time men took their turn. When we carried out surveys of women, they were enormously enthusiastic. The single most common reason was they wanted to share the responsibility for contraception.&裟"<br />
Men, meanwhile, shouted "Out of my cold dead haaa... errr, there has to be a better way of saying this."<br />
Ok, back to science: "The shot contains the male sex hormone testosterone, and a synthetic version of the female sex hormone progesterone. The men will be given injections by the general physician twice a month. The injection works by stimulating the brain into reducing the levels of other hormones which control sperm production and maturation."
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