ALEXANDRIA, Va. — This week the National Association of Chain Drug Stores sent a letter to Congressional leaders asking for pro-patient, pro-pharmacy provisions in health care reform. NACDS said it supports the government’s efforts to reform the health care system. “With a community pharmacy within two miles of any U.S. resident on average, pharmacies are the most accessible point of access into the health care system,” NACDS stated on its Web site. The association offered recommendations ...
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