FAQ: Access to Emergency Contraception in U.S. Jails and Prisons, RHTP (2016)

What We Still Don’t Know About the Long-Term Health Risks of Ovarian Stimulation and Egg Retrieval, RHTP (2016)

SCOTUS Decision a Victory for Women’s Health, RHTP (June 27, 2016)

Access to Birth Control Benefit for Many Women Remains in Limbo as Supreme Court Decision Sends Case Back to Lower Courts, RHTP (May 16, 2016)

Emergency Contraception: A Guide for Pharmacies and Retailers En Español (2016)

Emergency Contraception: Myths vs. Facts, RHTP (2016)

FAQ on EC, Age Restrictions & the Expiration of Plan B-One Step®’s Exclusivity, RHTP (2016)

Emergency Contraception: A Guide for Pharmacies and Retailers (2016)

What is emergency contraception(also known as “the morning-after pill”)? Emergency contraception (EC) prevents pregnancy; EC will not disrupt an existing pregnancy. EC pillsthat contain the progestin hormone, levonorgestrel(LNG), are sold under several names, including Plan B One -Step®, Take Action®, My Way®, Next Choice One -Dose®, and others. One-pill LNG EC products are available over-the-counter

RHTP Applauds FDA Label Update for Medication Abortion but Barriers Remain, RHTP (March 30, 2016)

Supreme Court Will Again Decide Whether Employers Can Deny Contraceptive Coverage to Women, RHTP (March 23, 2016)