Thursday, April 25, 2013
NPR: Family Doctors Consider Dropping Birth Control Training Rule, by Julie Rovner:
One of the more popular provisions of the federal health law requires that women be given much freer access to prescription methods of birth control. That includes not only the pill, but implants and IUDs as well.
But what happens if there are not enough doctors to prescribe those contraceptives?
That's exactly what worries some reproductive health advocates, as efforts are underway to rewrite rules governing the training of the nation's family doctors. . . .
Listen to the story here.