Stores Prepare to Widen Plan B Access (10 months and 7 days ago)

Jun 12, 2013

Drugstores are preparing to change how they stock and sell a widely used emergency contraceptive after the Obama administration agreed to allow the pill to be sold over the counter to customers of all ages. full story

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