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Assessing the Risk of Yaz and Yasmin

According to Health Canada documents, two popular birth control pills, Yaz and Yasmin, may be involved in the deaths of 23 Canadian women. Dr. Heather Shapiro is with the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department of Mount Sinai. She spoke with us. Listen audio (runs 8:21)

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