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FDA Lets Morning After Pill Go OTC, Partially

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5 Responses

  1. FS says:

    I hope anyone that takes this pill as a form of birth control ends up with some horrendous form of Cancer..

  2. FS says:

    I hope anyone that takes this pill as a form of birth control ends up with some horrendous form of Cancer..

  3. FS says:

    I hope anyone that takes this pill as a form of birth control ends up with some horrendous form of Cancer..

  4. Kaimi says:

    Why on earth would anyone hope for that, FS? (Much less repeat it three times).

  5. Kaimi says:

    And just in case readers are potentially confused about whether this is abortion, let me note (from one news account):

    The pills are a concentrated dose of the same drug found in many regular birth-control pills. When a woman takes the pills within 72 hours of unprotected sex, they can lower the risk of pregnancy by up to 89 percent. If she already is pregnant, the pills have no effect.

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