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Morning after pill to be delivered by courier

17th April 2012

A new service by DrEd.com will allow women to have the morning after pill couriered to them within two hours.

After filling in a form online, women can pay £20 to have the pills dispatched by courier. The founder of the company Amit Khutti, said: "I don’t think this service is going to appeal to minors or encourage under age sex. For a start, you need to pay for the service and if you’re young there are a number of places you can already get the morning after pill free. Emergency contraception works better the sooner you take it, so having it delivered within two hours will make it more likely to be effective."

 

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Article Information

Title: Morning after pill to be delivered by courier
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 21664
Date Added: 17th Apr 2012

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