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OTC Birth Control Not Good For Women's Health, Natural Family Planning Group Says

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SymptoPro Fertility Education focuses comments to FDA on potential side effects from Opill, suggesting its use could be linked to increased breast cancer risk, depression and ectopic pregnancy. Guttmacher Institute supports approval, saying “adolescents have most to gain.”

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