Taking control of birth control

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WHO SHOULD BE PRIMARILY RESPONSIBLE FOR BIRTH CONTROL?

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Not in a Committed Relationship

Want to minimize risk

18%
failure rate with "typical" condom use

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Before or Between Children

Want to delay pregnancy

3 years

Average time between marriage & first pregnancy

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Post-Children

Want to eliminate the possibility

5%

Married with vasectomies (500K/yr)

We can unlock a massive commercial opportunity

Low Case

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A NON INVASIVE ALTERNATIVE TO THE VASECTOMY

500K
Vasectomies

per year

$2K/yr

Perital coverage of today’s female contraceptives

$1B

Annual Revenue opportunity

High Case

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THE DE FACTO BIRTH CONTROL FOR MEN

8M

Number of men age 15-49 seeking novel male contraceptives in the United States

$2K/yr

Same coverage as today’s female hormonal contraceptives

$24B

Annual Revenue opportunity

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When it comes to Reproductive Health
Men have limited options

A Platform for Non-Hormonal
Family Planning Products

BIRTH CONTROL

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Men

LARC
Birth Control

On-Demand

Contraceptive

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Women

LARC
Birth Control

On-Demand

Contraceptive

FERTILITY

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Men

Increase Sperm Motility

Improve Sperm Health

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Women

Improving likelihood of sperm reaching the egg (in time)

Non-Hormonal Treatments

Sperm Biology Platform

Speed      Accuracy       Count