The law of supply and demand is catching up with the emerging retail health clinic business. With high-profile chains like CVS, Walgreens and Wal-Mart projecting rapid growth for clinics in their stores, supermarkets that hope to keep up are finding it slow going. While a constant flow of news stories attest to the public's interest in the concept, a combination of factors — including the capitalization of independent clinic operators, long periods before clinics break even and then turn ...
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