New ads make it easier to ask for emergency contraception

July 2003
Practice Nurse;7/25/2003, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p9
Academic Journal
Deals with research on the attitude of women about buying over-the-counter emergency contraception from pharmacists. Stigma of buying emergency contraception; Perception on women who need morning-after pills; Advantages of asking for emergency contraception from practice nurses.


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