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“In the past, to obtain a prescription for birth control pills, you needed to have a provider visit or prescription, go to your pharmacy pick up the medication. So, it just eliminates a lot of those barriers that currently have existed in the past,” said Jessica Anderson, director of midwifery services for the University of Colorado College of Nursing.