ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- The National Association of Chain Drug Stores here last week unveiled its own discount drug card for low-income seniors, which it said could unite the individual drug cards that manufacturers have been proposing. The PharmacyCareOneCard, which will be administered by Argus Health Systems, Kansas City, Mo., will become available to consumers at no charge in late April, according to Crystal Wright, vice president, media relations, NACDS. "We see this as a solution in the ...

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