ROCKVILLE, Md. -- What happened in supermarket pharmacies in the wake of a recall of two popular prescription weight-loss drugs? Not much. Supermarket pharmacy directors contacted by SN report little in the way of customer outcry. They attributed the muted response to extensive counseling by pharmacists and doctors since concerns about the drugs, Redux and Pondimin, were made public this summer, and to the resolve of users pleased with the drugs' efficacy. Regarding customer feedback, "My ...

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