‘You can’t just give out a pill and expect that that’s actually good medical care.’

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A leading doctor has criticised the findings of an Australian study which found a significant cost saving in downscheduling oral contraceptives to Pharmacist Only The study, conducted by researchers at Macquarie University, used Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) survey data which showed about 55% of Australian women aged between 15 and 49

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