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EC Foes Cite Study Showing More Access Fails To Cut Abortions, Pregnancies

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Increased access to emergency contraception (EC) is not reducing unintended pregnancy rates, and further research is needed to determine how best to yield a public benefit from EC access, a meta-analysis finds

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