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Another State Approves Pharmacy Access To Hormonal Contraceptives

US FDA Advisory Panel On OTC Birth Control Nears As Indiana Allows Pharmacist Prescription

Executive Summary

Indiana allows pharmacists, through a standing order from state health agency, to prescribe some hormonal contraceptives in pill or patch form. American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists among recent supporters of OTC approval in comments to FDA.

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