CHICAGO — The American Medical Association here reported yesterday that it will call for investigations into potential conflicts of interest posed by joint ventures between store-based health clinics and pharmacy chains. AMA is holding its annual meeting here, and groups of physicians have asked the association to either seek a ban on clinics or slow their growth. The AMA said its call for investigations was prompted by retailers that have said store-based health clinics help drive ...

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