Dima Qato

Associate professor of Pharmacy, USC

Associate professor of Pharmacy, USC

Dima Qato on KCRW

Not all LA County pharmacies prescribe contraceptives. That can be dire in post-Roe America.

LA pharmacies fall short on Plan B and other contraceptive access

Not all LA County pharmacies prescribe contraceptives. That can be dire in post-Roe America.

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