The Current | Jun 12, 2013 | 21:12

June 12, 2013

With Health Canada suspecting two oral contraceptives, Yaz and Yasmin links to the deaths of 23 Canadian women and a class action lawsuit underway, there's a worry women will be frightened away from oral contraceptives.

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