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Morning-after pill to be delivered by courier in London

17 April 2012

A London medical practice is to deliver morning-after pills by courier.

Women wanting the pills will fill out an online form, to be assessed by a doctor, and the pills will be delivered within two hours.

Norman Wells of the Family Education Trust condemned the plan, saying: "[Y]oung people have been lulled into a false sense of security ... and become exposed to an increased risk of sexually transmitted infections" by easy access to morning-after pills. [Evening Standard, 16 April]

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