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Advocates For Switching Birth Control Pill Face Social, Risk Obstacles

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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A women's health advocacy group that hopes to meet with FDA within the next year to explore potentially switching oral contraceptives to OTC may be hard-pressed to find a pharmaceutical company interested in sponsoring such a venture

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