March 13, 2014
Imagine a birth control device that could also protect women against sexually transmitted infections and diseases, including AIDS. A Northwestern scientist didn’t just imagine it, he created it.
In this Original Report, CBS 2’s Derrick Blakley talks with the researcher whose invention could mark a new era for women’s health.
When Patrick Kiser walks the halls of Northwestern’s engineering school,he carries in his pocket the five and a half centimeter ring that could revolutionize women’s reproductive healthcare.