Survey Says: Telehealth

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Survey Says: Telehealth

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Telehealth has proven to be a viable option for many people to obtain birth control. Telehealth can especially help overcome some of the common barriers associated to not being able to access contraception, such as transportation, cost, childcare, and taking time off from work.

August 2020

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