Pill health risk

11th February 2000 at 00:00
THE CHARITY, Family and Youth Concern, claims that emergency contraceptives, such as the new morning-after pill, Levonelle-2, will promote promiscuity and cause the spread of more sexuallytransmitted diseases.

The new pill will be available on prescription and could be included in a trial in Manchester where it could be sold by pharmacists over the counter.

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