Australian research backs the cost effectiveness of Pharmacist-only oral contraceptive rescheduling Down scheduling oral contraceptives to pharmacist-only would prove to be cost-effective, an Australian study claims. In 2015 the TGA rejected oral contraceptive (OCP) reclassification to pharmacist-only due to safety concerns. At the time economic modelling on its cost-effectiveness was not undertaken, said the study
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