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Most men in the US and Europe could be infertile by 2060

"Sperm count in men from North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand declined by 50-60% between 1973 and 2011" Image: REUTERS/Regis Duvignau

Chris Barratt

Professor of Reproductive Medicine , University of Dundee

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