Plan B hotline
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
A toll-free hotline will make the "morning-after" pill readily available to Wisconsin women despite FDA's rejection of OTC status for the product. "We're pretty much ignoring them and pushing ahead," said Patricia Bonhart, president of the Wisconsin Family Planning & Reproductive Health Association (WFPRHA). The organization will use monetary contributions to run advertising for the 800 number, including information on use and availability of emergency contraception. WFPRHA will mail the pill to women overnight if necessary...
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