We can't afford to lose control.
Right now, you might be one of the 55 million people in the U.S. who gets birth control without any out-of-pocket costs. And that’s great, because when we have access to affordable birth control, we’re in control of a whole bunch of important things in our lives. But copay free birth control is under attack.LEARN MORE
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