…it is vital to address the unnecessary, top-down regulatory hurdles women face when acquiring birth control. Doing so will not only greatly improve access but will also improve measures of health for women who use it, including fewer unintended pregnancies, decreased risk of cancers, management of gynecological disorders and improved regularity of menstrual cycles.
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- “R Street Institute: Women should have access to over-the-counter hormonal birth control”: https://www.rstreet.org/2019/11/27/r-street-institute-women-should-have-access-to-over-the-counter-hormonal-birth-control/
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