Access to emergency contraception ‘problematic’

Almost a third of Australian community pharmacies do not stock ulipristal acetate emergency contraceptive pills, a study reveals  Access to first-line emergency oral contraceptives is being described as “problematic” by researchers, following a survey of community pharmacies.   Data published in Contraception found that 70% of the 233 pharmacies surveyed stocked ulipristal acetate pills, which medical

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