When Your Birth Control Isn't Covered

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When Your Birth Control Isn't Covered

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This report was a collective undertaking and was written by Adam Sonfield and edited by Raegan McDonald-Mosley, MD, MPH and Rachel Fey. The research was funded by the Care Collaborative, which is comprised of Agile Therapeutics, Avion Pharmaceuticals, Mayne Pharma, and TherapeuticsMD. Power to Decide was compensated for time in editing and disseminating the report.

April 2022

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