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George B. Witman III, a cell biologist who is leading researchers at UMass Medical School in developing a birth control pill for men, diagrammed how algae, which are propelled in a way similar to sperm, can be stilled.
George B. Witman III, a cell biologist who is leading researchers at UMass Medical School in developing a birth control pill for men, diagrammed how algae, which are propelled in a way similar to sperm, can be stilled. (Globe Staff Photo / Suzanne Kreiter) Globe Staff Photo / Suzanne Kreiter

Way seen to male birth-control pill

UMass, Norwegian researchers in pact

By Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / January 31, 2005

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WORCESTER -- University of Massachusetts researchers will announce today that they have discovered a strategy for immobilizing sperm and have reached an agreement with a Norwegian company to develop a male contraceptive pill. (Full article: 1067 words)

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