A vaccine against pregnancy—BBC Health Check

18 Sep 2020 | Narratives & Features, Portfolio, Portraits | 0 comments

According to the World Health Organisation more than 120 million couples globally want contraceptives but do not have access to them or do not like the existing options. There is clearly a need for something different, but new forms of contraception are slow to come to the market. For several decades, there have been attempts to develop a contraceptive vaccine which works very differently from long-lasting hormonal injections. A 92 year-old scientist in India is currently leading the way.

Chhavi Sachdev reports from the city of Delhi.

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