Men have had little option for birth control beyond condoms for nearly 300 years. Recent studies have shown possible new options for men but many are wary due to side effects that mirror those of female menstruation.
Join us today as we discuss the future of male birth control, the racial disparities in breast cancer diagnoses, and the trauma involved in premature birth and how groups are working to lessen the impact.
Dr. Stephanie Page, professor of medicine at the University of Washington School of Medicine
Dr. David Chang, associate professor of surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital
Carol DeSantis, director of the breast and gynecological cancer surveillance at the American Cancer Society
Richard J. Shaw, professor of psychiatry and pediatrics at Stanford University's Lucile Packard Children's Hospital