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Abortion Pill Mifepristone Will No Longer Require In-Person Pick Up, US FDA Concludes

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REMS modification implemented for the duration of the pandemic will become permanent, the agency determines in response to lawsuit. FDA adds a requirement that pharmacies dispensing the drug be certified.

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