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Australian women are increasingly seeing the benefits in having direct access to oral contraceptives through community pharmacy, researchers say  A detailed series of interviews with 20 women aged between 18 and 44 years found that, contrary to findings from 2011 where some Australia women reported reluctance to discuss their sexual health with a pharmacist, in

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