Birth-control misinformation is rampant online, doctors say

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Lauren Weber of the Washington Post, who’s been speaking to doctors, tells us how they say patients are making birth-control medical decisions based on social-media misinformation.

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Today’s episode was guest-hosted by Mark Garrison.

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