New Study Promotes Emergency Contraception


A new study calls on Wisconsin doctors to do a better job of educating young women about the effectiveness of the controversial emergency contraception pill. The study in the latest issue of the Wisconsin Medical Journal says wider use of the morning-after pill could prevent nearly half of the unplanned pregnancies and abortions that occur each year. Gil Halsted reports…

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