Plan B Blocked From Drug Store Shelves

Girls younger than 17 will need a prescription to buy the morning after pill.
5:44 | 12/06/11

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The FDA will not allow girls under 17 to -- the morning after pill without a prescription. The agency's commissioner says plan B is safe for over the counter use by all women of childbearing age. But in a memorandum health and human services secretary Kathleen Sebelius disagree. Citing concerns with the labeled plan B will stay on the market and girls under seventeen will still need a prescription to get.

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