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by Lexi Patronis, Glamour
Three million patients go to Planned Parenthood 750 centers every year, and now, the organization has announced that every one of them will be able to get the exact same care services wherever they are. So if you go to school in Florida but live in Massachusetts, for example, you'll be able to get the exact same types of birth control in both places.
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According to Deborah Nucatola, Planned Parenthood Federation of America Senior Director of Medical Services, the plan will be in place by the end of 2013 (some centers have already began to roll out the service). "In addition to affordable well-woman exams and critical cancer prevention screenings, every Planned Parenthood health center will provide rapid HIV testing and STI screening, testing and treatment for both men and women, the HPV vaccine, and the full range of birth control options (such as the IUD)," Nucatola says.
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