NP begins birth control program for low-income students

04/10/2009 | Duluth News Tribune (Minn.)

University of Minnesota Duluth NP Sharon Anderson worked to secure a family planning grant from the state so low-income students could get free family planning services on campus. The grant will fund the school's 4 Me at UMD program, which covers exams, lab costs, STD testing, emergency contraception and birth control.

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