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Topic - Donna Harrison
The nation's largest organization of women's health professionals said Tuesday that it now supports allowing over-the-counter sales of all oral contraceptives.
"Birth control pills are powerful hormones and those powerful hormones can cause problems like blood clots and strokes and, in some cases, increased risk of heart attack," said Dr. Harrison, a leading member of a group of physicians within ACOG who are pro-life. "This is not a contraceptive issue as much as it is a women's health and safety issue."