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Morning after pill pilot scheme

18th December 2007

The Daily Telegraph reports that girls will be able to fill in a form at chemists in order to obtain the 'morning-after' pill.

The pilot scheme will be run by Dorset Primary Care Trust and is thought to be the first in Britain. The Trust will allow the girls to fill out contraception 'credit cards' so they are able to obtain the morning-after pill without needing to ask for it out loud.

 

 

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Article Information

Title: Morning after pill pilot scheme
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 5127
Date Added: 18th Dec 2007

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