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Easier Access Urged for Morning-After Pill

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Easier Access Urged for Morning-After Pill

Easier Access Urged for Morning-After Pill

Easier Access Urged for Morning-After Pill

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Emergency contraception could prevent millions of unplanned pregnancies every year in the United States. But few women know about the so-called morning-after pill, which can prevent pregnancy up to several days after sex. NPR's Richard Knox reports for Morning Edition.

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