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Pro-life pharmacists discuss challenges

Catholic World News - January 21, 2013

In an interview with the National Catholic Register, three pro-life pharmacists discussed the challenges they face, with other pro-life pharmacists posting comments after the article’s publication.

“Pharmacists who want to go all pro-life will run into conflict with the requirements of Obamacare,” said one. “The easiest path for pharmacists who do not want to dispense any hormonal birth control at all is to stay out of retail and move into clinical or specialty pharmacy practice.”

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