Weight Of Emergency Contraceptive Data Does Not Support Label Change
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Data are "conflicting and too limited to make a definitive conclusion" FDA says after reviewing scientific data concerning effectiveness of Plan B One Step and other 1.5mg levonorgestrel emergency contraceptives in women weighing more than 165 pounds.
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