Experience shows that family-oriented supermarkets can function as family-planning centers, too. Yet some pharmacy directors are already conceiving of ways to avoid controversy that may result from the over-the-counter switch of the morning-after pill, a move the Food and Drug Administration is contemplating. Sources interviewed for this story believe strongly in their right to sell family-planning products, including Plan B, the morning-after pill supplied by Barr Pharmaceuticals, ...

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