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Morning-after pill free at pharmacies in Wales from April

16 November 2010

Morning-after pills, which may cause early abortions, are to be made available free of charge in pharmacies in Wales. The move will be funded by the national health service (NHS). A health minister said that the move would complement the Welsh Assembly government's sexual health plan. [Wales Online, 13 November]

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World's oldest mother wants child [Daily Mail, 14 November]

NHS Surrey stops funding new IVF courses [BBC, 12 November] Also in Essex [Yellow Advertiser, 11 November]

Baby saved by cord blood transplant [Evening Standard, 11 November]

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Columnist says death panels needed to fix economy [, 15 November]

Euthanasia lobby reaction to Inglis’ sentence reveals agenda says doctor [Peter Saunders, 13 November]

New findings into extent of neglect of elderly in NHS hospitals [Daily Mail, 11 November] Another report: Daughter claims mother was starved to death [Guardian, 11 November]

Japanese man streams suicide live on the internet [Telegraph, 11 November]

Former US president Bill Clinton says large Philippines population is good for economic growth [Catholic Culture, 15 November]

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