ORLANDO, Fla. -- Supermarket pharmacists are in a unique position to respond effectively in bioterror emergencies, according to presenters at a bioterror emergency preparation-and-response educational session here during FMI's Supermarket Pharmacy Conference. Supermarket pharmacies' convenience to the public and their ability to hold large amounts of people for mass counseling in their parking lots make them appropriate response sites in the event of bioterror attacks, according to Mitch ...

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