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A new Virginia-based drug store is one of at least seven pharmacies across the country that are refusing to sell contraceptives on religious grounds, even to customers with a prescription.
In a recent survey of US pharmacists, 39 percent of respondents said they were against state laws that would require them to fill prescriptions for emergency contraception, otherwise known as the morning-after pill.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A majority of physicians think that pharmacists should have the authority to dispense emergency contraception, and that pharmacists should be required to fill prescriptions for contraception despite their religious objections, survey findings show.
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