Help Women Get the Contraceptive That's Right for Them

You'll hear about pharmacists getting more involved in helping women with chronic conditions select hormonal contraception.

It's becoming a bigger deal...since pharmacists in California and Oregon can now prescribe or furnish hormonal contraceptives under state protocols. Similar laws are being considered in other states.

Contraceptives aren't one-size-fits-all. The choice should be based partly on the patient's risks and medical conditions.

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