Over-the-counter birth control pills are available worldwide. The U.S. may be next

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News : NPR Drugmaker HRA Pharma has asked the Food and Drug Administration to approve an over-the-counter birth control pill called Opill. The agency

Birth control pills are available in the U.S. only with a prescription. Now a drugmaker is asking the FDA to approve a progestin-only contraceptive that would be available without one at pharmacies.

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July 14, 2022 at 02:42PM Allison Aubrey

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