In response to CVS’ announcement Wednesday that it will stop selling cigarettes later this year, Walgreens said it is evaluating tobacco sales. Walgreens “will continue to evaluate the choice of products our customers want, while also helping to educate them and providing smoking cessation products and alternatives that help reduce the demand for tobacco products,” said spokesperson Michael Polzin. Walgreens announced a partnership with GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare ...

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