Morning-After Pill Now On Market In The U.S

October 1998
Jet;10/05/98, Vol. 94 Issue 19, p48
Focuses on the United States Food and Drug Administration's approval for Gynetics Inc., of Somerville, New Jersey to advertise and sell the PREVEN kits, the morning-after contraceptive. What the kits are a combination of; Comparison of the morning-after pills to RU-486, the French abortion pill, which ends a pregnancy several weeks after it has begun; Inclusion to the PREVEN kits; Availability of the kits.


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