FDA Rethinks Its Restrictions on Sale of Morning-after Pill

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c. 2006 Religion News Service WASHINGTON _ After a three-year fight, the Bush administration signaled this week (July 31) that it may be ready to reverse course and approve over-the-counter sales of an emergency contraceptive pill despite strong opposition from the religious right. The Food and Drug Administration notified Barr Pharmaceuticals that it wants a […]

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