Greater role for pharmacists in contraceptive management

woman looking at birth control
A new report has called for an overhaul of medical services offered to women seeking contraception, as researchers reveal that half of all pregnancies are unplanned. And pharmacists could play a greater role in contraceptive management, it says. The report by the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association, which was funded by MSD in Australia, states

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