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Emergency Contraception

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    The frantic page came in at 3 AM on Sunday morning. "The condom had just broken." My patient was out of state and wanted the morning after pill. Unfotunately, she gave me the number of a pharmacy that was closed at 3 AM on Sunday morning, so I had to call her back . . . Join us as we learn from Doctor Robert Hatcher, professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Emory University about emergency contraception. He is the lead author of Contraceptive Technology, perhaps the most comprehensive book on contraception available. First written by Dr. Hatcher in 1967, the book’s 19th edition will be available shortly.

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    The frantic page came in at 3 AM on Sunday morning. "The condom had just broken." My patient was out of state and wanted the morning after pill. Unfotunately, she gave me the number of a pharmacy that was closed at 3 AM on Sunday morning, so I had to call her back . . . Join us as we learn from Doctor Robert Hatcher, professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Emory University about emergency contraception. He is the lead author of Contraceptive Technology, perhaps the most comprehensive book on contraception available. First written by Dr. Hatcher in 1967, the book’s 19th edition will be available shortly.

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