FDA Makes Plan B One-Step Available To 15-Year-Olds Without A Prescription

FDA Makes Plan B One-Step Available To 15-Year-Olds Without A Prescription

WASHINGTON, D.C. - While the U.S. Justice Department decides how to respond to a judge's order 20 days earlier to make the Plan B emergency contraceptive available to all women without a prescription, the Food and Drug Administration on April 30 said it independently granted an application by Teva Women's Health Inc. to make the newer Plan B One-Step available for use by women 15 years and older without a prescription and without having to get it from a pharmacist.

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