Should pharmacists be able to prescribe contraceptives?

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Study shows state expansion of hormonal contraception prescribing authority to pharmacists helps women obtain better access and prevent unintended pregnancy US researchers have looked at the impact of expanding pharmacist practice at the state level to include prescribing self-administered hormonal contraception. California passed legislation in 2013, followed by Oregon in 2015, allowing pharmacists to prescribe

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