Women’s health care has improved in affordability and accessibility. The FDA approved Opill, the first over-the-counter, non-prescription, birth control pill, and colleges across the United States are installing Plan B vending machines. WUVA spoke to Law Professor Margaret Foster Riley to understand more about the pill and what these changes mean for UVA.
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