Scientists could be one step closer to developing a birth control pill for men. A drug that stunts sperm production aced tests in mouse testes. And if it's proven to be safe and effective in humans, it could expand the prophylactic pool -- an exciting prospect at a time when roughly half of U.S. pregnancies are unintended.
But with the burden of pregnancy falling largely to females, some women say they wouldn't count on it alone.
"I think it depends on both the woman and the man," said Amy...Full Story