Panel to consider birth control as preventive medicine in U.S.

11/1/2010 | CNBC

A government advisory panel this month will consider what types of preventive care for women should be covered at no cost to patients under the new health reform law. Experts are expected to debate whether birth control is preventive medicine and should be provided free of charge.

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