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The FDA has deemed 51 contraceptives non-abortifacient.
After two years, the temporary restraining order (TRO) issued by the Supreme Court on contraceptives has been lifted. In a press release by the Food and Drug Administration, they have deemed the 51 contraceptives listed in the original complaint as non-abortifacient (not inducing
Back in 2015, the Supreme Court issued a temporary restraining order (TRO) on contraceptives due to a case filed by a pro-life group. As a result, the Department of Health (DOH) was prohibited from "procuring, selling, distributing, dispensing, advertising, and promoting" birth control
Contrary to popular belief, birth control pills aren't solely for those who don't want to get pregnant.
A lot of girls are either too shy to share or are not knowledgeable about birth control pills and its uses. For most, it's just so sexually active girls can avoid getting pregnant. But there's more to birth control pills than the
It's more unfair than you think.
TL;DR:In 2015 and 2016, the registration of 14 contraceptive brands have expired. This year, as of May 21, the certificates of 10 have already gone, and there will be four more before the year ends. Some of you have started hoarding contraceptives.
By 2020, birth control pills might not be available in the Philippines.
It has been one year and 10 months since the Supreme Court issued a temporary restraining order (this “TRO”) that prohibits the Department of Health (the “DOH”) and the Food and Drug Administration (the “FDA”) from (i) granting any and all pending