This was the year that pharmacists took the lead to determine their own future. Our year-end roundup on Page 4 of the top five news stories characterizes 1994 as the year pharmacy fought back to try to regain control of its customer base and to be able to buy pharmaceuticals at equitable prices. Supermarket pharmacists were well represented in the fray. As this year comes to a close, there are encouraging signs that retail pharmacy is on the verge of achieving both of these aims. Item: ...

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