Becker's Healthcare March 4, 2024
Ashleigh Hollowell

Almost eight months after the FDA approved Opill, the first over-the-counter birth control pill, it will soon be available for purchase without a prescription at pharmacies like CVS and Walgreens in weeks, according to ABC News.

The move to make the pill available without a prescription was unanimously decided on by 17 members of the FDA committee.

A one month’s supply of Opill will cost consumers about $20 out of pocket. A three-month’s supply will be available for $50 and...

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