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Men's Reproductive Health: Clinical Trials

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The NICHD conducts and supports a variety of clinical research projects related to men's reproductive health.

Select a link below to learn more about these projects.

Featured NICHD Clinical Trials on Men's Reproductive Health

  • Effect of Testosterone in Men With Erectile Dysfunction (TED)
    Evaluation of a combination of topical gels that deliver transdermal progestin and testosterone resulting in sustained reversible inhibition of sperm production in men.
  • Sperm Banking Among Adolescents Newly Diagnosed With Cancer: Development of a Profiling and Referral Tool
    Despite the known adverse effects of specific cancer treatments on fertility, only 18% to 26% of at-risk adolescents and young men in the United States cryopreserve sperm prior to cancer treatment. The sperm banking rates are even lower among adolescents who have increased anxiety at cancer diagnosis, are lower in age and socioeconomic status, are of evangelical religious orientation, or are diagnosed with leukemia/lymphoma. This study examines risk factors associated with failure to bank sperm among adolescents with cancer, a developmentally distinct population ripe for intervention.

NICHD Clinical Trials

Information on current NICHD-supported clinical trials on contraception/birth control is available at the link below.

All NICHD Clinical Trials on Male Reproductive Health Search Results

Information on current NIH-supported clinical trials on contraception/birth control is available at the link below or by calling 800-411-1222.

All Trials on Male Reproductive Health

Last Reviewed: 11/30/2012
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