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Morning-after pill may be ineffective in larger women MP3

The French manufacturer of a morning-after pill sold over the counter in Australia is changing its advice to women who weigh more than 75 kilograms, after research suggested it was largely ineffective in women of this weight. Source: abc.net.au

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