RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Indian Medical Research Council (ICMR) is ready to revolutionize reproductive health worldwide, with the first male injectable contraceptive on the market as of 2020.
The Hindustan Times reported that the ICMR, the country's leading biomedical research agency, announced that it has successfully completed clinical trials of the world's first injectable contraceptive for sexually active men.
The male contraceptive will be available in vials within "six or seven months," once developers have obtained regulatory approvals.
The ICMR is required to submit the extended phase-three clinical trials applied to 303 candidates, the methodology of . . .