DEERFIELD, Ill. — Walgreens' comprehensive Complete Care and Well-Being program, launched earlier this month, is seen as a strategy that differentiates from its main rival — CVS Caremark — and attempts to cut into the 90-day script mail-order segment as well as low-cost generic drug programs of other food and drug retailers by driving more traffic to Walgreens stores. The integrated health delivery program, offered through Take Care Health Systems, a Walgreens subsidiary, is marketed to ...

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