A B.C. Supreme Court judge has given the green light for a class-action lawsuit to proceed against the makers of Alesse birth control pills.
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Problems with Alesse came to light in December 2017 when Health Canada issued an advisory about reports that two lots of Alesse contained pills that were roughly half the proper size.