Are Over-the-Counter Birth Control Pills in Our Future?
Fifty percent of all pregnancies are unplanned, with poor women and women of color being especially at risk. In a recent statement, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists suggests that one way to address this crisis is by providing over-the-counter birth control pills to women over 17. The group hopes their recommendation will encourage Big Pharm to make a change, reported CNN.com.
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