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  Morning after pill 02 Mar 2004  
The availability of emergency contraception, more commonly known as the 'morning-after pill' is causing more controversy. We hear from one woman whose pharmacist refused to prescribe her the pill.

Toni Belfield of the Family Planning Association and Dr David Skidmore, head of the department of healthcare studies at Manchester Metropolitan University join Jenni to discuss whether women should be able to keep it at home for use when necessary.

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