OTC contraceptive pill could save health system $96 million a year

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For many young women who take the contraceptive pill and don’t experience any side effects, seeing a doctor to renew your prescription each year is a nuisance, write Bonny Parkinson and Mutsa Pamela Gumbie Bonny Parkinson, Senior Research Fellow, Macquarie University Mutsa Pamela Gumbie Research Fellow, Macquarie University For some women, it’s enough to put them

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