FDA: generic morning-after pill can be sold off the shelf
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May 2014 – The Food and Drug Administration decided in 2013 that Plan B One Step, commonly called the morning-after pill, could be sold to anyone without a prescription and without an age check. Recently, the FDA decided to increase access to Plan B by allowing generic versions of the drug to be sold on store shelves.

To protect potential buyers, the FDA has mandated that package labels indicate it is intended for “women 17 years of age or older.”

consumerist.com, 3/3/14