Here we provide links to the ongoing research into alternative methods of contraception for men.
Study on hormonal contraception: Published September, 2005 discusses the current status of male hormonal contraceptive research.
BBC news: Article dated January 10, 2002 about a possible use of ultrasound technology to seal the vas deferens.
Malecontraceptives.org: Website that keeps up to date with the ongoing research into alternative methods of birth control for men.
Indian paper: Article from the Asian Journal of Andrology entitled “Vas deferens, a site of male contraception: an overview”. The article is dated June 2001, and details much of the ongoing research into alternative male contraceptive methods.
Boston women’s health book collective: This article, last updated in 1994 is titled “Frontiers in Non-Hormonal male contraception: A call for research”. It discusses the research at time it was published, and not a lot of changes have happened since in the areas it discusses.
Vasclip: Vasclip is a technique whereby a clip is placed on the vas deferens to seal it, and the vas deferens isn’t cut. The device has recently obtained FDA approval.
University of Washington: News article dated November 3, 2002 about the NIH granting $9.5M to further research into the male pill
Fox News: Article dated April 19, 2004 discussing current and possible future alternatives for men.