FDA allows maker of Plan B pill to sell to 15-year-old girls without prescription

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by Chris Patterson

(CNN) -- The FDA on Tuesday approved a plan to allow Teva Women's Health Inc., maker of Plan B One-Step, to market the morning-after pill without a prescription to females age 15 years of age and older.

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