11 July 2003 During the 1980s in the Soviet Union, condoms were as hard to find as people who wanted to use one, and Hungarian and East German contraceptive pills collected dust on pharmacy shelves. When the pills were used, the entire package was swallowed at once (a primitive precursor to the modern RU-486) to […]

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