CINCINNATI — Kroger Co. here expanded its partnership with the American Pharmacists Association, Washington, late last month by entering into license agreements for APhA's new medication therapy management and diabetes management certificate training programs for retail pharmacists. “Our customers rely on the expert, professional counsel our pharmacists provide, and our partnership with APhA helps enhance customer service in our pharmacies,” said Lincoln Lutz, vice president of pharmacy for ...

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