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The 1986 Rockefeller Foundation Annual Report Admits Funding Research for Fertility-Reducing Compounds in Food for “Widespread Use”
The 1986 Rockefeller Foundation Annual Report Admits Funding Research for Fertility-Reducing Compounds in Food for “Widespread Use”

The 1986 Rockefeller Foundation Annual Report Admits Funding Research for Fertility-Reducing Compounds in Food for “Widespread Use”

In the 1986 Rockefeller Foundation annual report, the organization admits funding research into the use of fertility-reducing compounds in relation to food for “widespread use”:

“Male contraceptive studies are focused on gossypol, a natural substance extracted from the cotton plant, and identified by Chinese researchers as having an anti-fertility effect on men. Before widespread use can be recommended, further investigation is needed to see if lowering the dosage can eliminate undesirable side-effects without reducing its effectiveness as a contraceptive. The Foundation supported research on gossypol’s safety, reversibility and efficacy in seven different 1986 grants.”

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