Plan B Approved for Women 15 and Older

FDA lowers the age limit on over-the-counter emergency contraceptive.
0:22 | 05/01/13

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Women as young as fifteen years old can now -- the morning after pill without a prescription without permission. The plan -- once emergency contraception will now be available on drugstore shelves no longer locked behind. Pharmacy counters the FDA has lower the age limit from seventeen. Still the move fall short of a court order requiring the -- to be made available to women of all ages.

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