It seems that a new method outperforms the well known “morning after pill "(the contraceptive that prevents pregnancy in cases of emergency). In this case we speak of a new pill: the pill "five days later”. This would provide protection against pregnancy for up to five days after intercourse.
A simple pill that several women in the world use to avoid becoming pregnant, can also be considered from now on as a protection against cancer and heart disease. Thus, women who use this method of contraception are less likely to suffer from these diseases.