Plan B Sales Continue In University Vending Machine, Unlikely To Spread
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA will not move to stop Plan B sales via vending machine at a college health clinic where the population is of a legal age to buy the product without a prescription. While the decision could open a door for a limited number of copycats, the landscape for nonprescription EC remains limited.
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