Leading the Charge for the Morning-After Pill

by Loolwa Khazzoom • February 7, 2010 • Health & Wellness , The Boston Globe

Though the Food and Drug Administration’s official rejection stated that the morning-after pill had not been tested on enough girls under 16, reproductive-rights organizations and activists — including Annie Tummino of Middleborough, MA — assert that the real reason the FDA rejected over-the-counter status was pressure from the Bush administration. This article¬†provides an investigative report on¬†Tummino’s lawsuit against the FDA.




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Loolwa KhazzoomLoolwa Khazzoom has worked with leading media outlets, including The New York Times, CNN, Rolling Stone, and ABC News. In addition, she has published two books and has lectured at prestigious venues including Barnard Center for Research on Women, the Simon Wiesenthal Center, and Harvard University. Loolwa is passionate about health, music, dance, multiculturalism, and Judaism.

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Loolwa Khazzoom is a a public relations manager specializing in holistic media, holistic marketing, holistic public relations, and holistic promotions. Her services include branding and messaging development, image and communications management, website content development and optimization, social media management, traditional media campaign management, book development, and in-house writing and editing.

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