Orna McGinn of Pakuranga Medical Centre is a champion for change and creating better access to contraception for New Zealand women
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From Zahra Shahtahmasebi: "Access to contraception in New Zealand is poor and inequitable - it is seen as a privilege not a right, says south Auckland GP Orna McGinn. Listen to this podcasts and hear Dr McGinn outline the current issues that face and prevent New Zealanders from getting timely and equitable access to contraception."