High EC price to discourage ‘inappropriate use’

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British women are condemning Boots UK’s decision not to follow competitors in lowering the price of emergency contraception The Superdrug and Tesco chains recently reduced the price of progestogen-based emergency contraception to £13.50 (AUD$22.20) after the British Pregnancy Advisory Service wrote to them, asking them to review their pricing. BPAS says that progestogen-based emergency contraception

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