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Dog contraceptive signals end to castration July 12, 2007

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Dog contraceptive signals end to castration – life – 11 July 2007 – New Scientist
Male dogs can breathe a sigh of relief. The days of removing their testicles to stop them breeding or to curb aggressive behaviour may be numbered. A contraceptive implant that halts testosterone and sperm production for months at a time is expected to gain European approval within weeks, while steps are being taken to enable the drug to be sold in the US

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1. Natalia - July 12, 2007

great, but when is it available for humans?


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