By Euro Weekly News Media • 21 January 2011 • 17:19
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ONLY one woman had to be treated in the Balearics for side effects after taking the morning-after pill since its launch into the Spanish market in 2001. According to data gathered by the government women in the Balearic Islands have experience a lower incidence of adverse reactions to the medication.
The drug is available without prescription in pharmacies. The government describe the measure as a way for women to have unlimited access to emergency contraception.
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