2/7/17Vasalgel effective in monkeys; implications for humans 11/17/16Scientific paper accepted for publication; two steps forward, one step back 8/2/16Advance: Vasalgel visible on ultrasound 6/21/16Vasalgel campaign raises $85k+; opinion survey results 5/20/16Vasalgel manufacturing fundraising: Getting closer 5/3/16Join forces to fund manufacturing the batch for clinical trials 3/30/16Peer-reviewed publication of rabbit study results 3/16/16Tell us your thoughts about reversibility 2/16/16Vasalgel: Building the right team 1/26/16Clinical trials are inching closer; next steps 12/21/15Vasalgel year-end update – Progress, and challenges 10/21/15The Economics of Male Contraception (Priceonomics) 10/7/15One year milestone for baboon study 5/12/15Six month baboon results 2/26/15Timeline and manufacturing 12/30/14Year end update 11/26/14Our dog and cat work 11/19/14Behind the scenes: Manufacturing 11/5/14Help us thank Packard Foundation 9/4/14Baboon results and Packard Foundation grant 5/30/14Vasalgel preclinical studies update 12/13/13Baboon study launched! 10/25/13Baboon study update 10/17/13Vasalgel rabbit reversal study results 3/21/13Six months of successful rabbit results 1/8/13Preliminary rabbit results
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Publication of monkey results receives great media attention
Vasalgel given to 16 monkeys resulted in 100% successful contraception -- no pregnancies after 1 to...
Successful application of Vasalgel™ male contraceptive in monkeys
Press Release Monday, Feb. 6, 2017 20:00 EST
Vasalgel ranked fifth in science breakthroughs
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What People Are Saying About Vasalgel
I provide family planning services to young people in Southern California and would love to have more to offer the young men who come in (and their partners) much more than condoms or permanent vasectomy. I speak from the front lines that most of my clients know about condoms and are NOT using them as much as we would like.
Kristel D, Nurse PractitionerIrvine, CA
Condoms are a nice method; however I have a 3 year old that proves they are not 100% effective…
Frank B., father of 3, age 27, Illinois
We’re newly-wed but we don’t think that we’re fit to be parents yet. I’m only 23 and I think I need to grow up a couple of years before thinking about having a baby. So, instead of wearing condoms for the coming five years or so and feeling miserable about it, I want an effective solution that I can reverse in the future because I know one day we will think of having a baby. and I do not want to put my partner at any risk by using hormonal pills. Current methods all focus on the women and all have terrible side effects (my wife cannot use IUDs) and condoms are fine until you get sick of them during intercourse and just throw them away.
AhmedAl Saeed, Saudi Arabia