Chuen Yan Cheng
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|Prof Chuen Yan Cheng|
June 18, 1954 |
Hong Kong, China
Chinese University of Hong Kong (B.Sc.))
University of Newcastle, Australia (Ph.D.)
|Known for||Male contraceptive drug|
Richard E. Weizman Memorial Award
Chuen Yan Cheng is the inventor of a male contraceptive drug called Adjudin, which is the first male contraceptive drug on the market now[dubious ] finished with clinical trials showing no side-effects.
- "Obsessed Scientist Finally Throttles 'Em! Non-Paternity Potion". The New York Observer. Retrieved 2008-09-28.
- "Future male "pill" targets testicles". Retrieved 2008-09-28.
- "Male pill - Science Base". Retrieved 2008-09-28.
- "Seed: The Hunt for Male Birth Control". Retrieved 2008-09-28.
- Connor, Steve (2006-10-30). "Trials for alternative male Pill show no side-effects". The Independent (London). Retrieved 2008-09-28.
- "Male Contraceptive Drug in the Works". Retrieved 2008-09-28.[dead link]