Yasmin and Yaz Birth Control Pills Cause Concern, But Are They Dangerous?

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There has been much talk in both medical and legal circles recently about the oral contraceptives Yasmin and Yaz. The Los Angeles Times ran a good story about the contradictory test results on these products, and the confusion as to whether they might cause a greater risk of blood clots in young women. If you take one of these drugs please read the article.

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