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Medicine: Male Contraceptive #406447

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 02, 1996
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(Studio: Arthur Kent) Report introduced.

(London: Siobhan Darrow) WHO's study on the breakthrough in the development of an injectable male contraceptive featured. [Manchester University Dr. Fred WU, Marie Stopes International Helen AXBY - comment on the research.] On the street, three PEOPLE - offer views on whether men will use them.]

(Studio: Jeanne Meserve) Telephone interview held with University of Washington's Dr. William Bremner. [BREMNER - explains how this hormonal contraceptive works and why it does not work in some men; compares it to the two options of condoms and vasectomies for men; lists the negative side effects.]

Darrow, Siobhan;
Kent, Arthur;
Meserve, Jeanne

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