Supermarket pharmacists, in common with their counterparts in other community pharmacy settings, are involved every day in promoting the correct use of medications. New strategies for promoting compliance with drug therapy, such as letter reminder programs, besides helping patients avoid drug misadventures, are adding to food-store pharmacy sales and traffic, supermarket pharmacy directors said. No single approach will solve the major problem of patient noncompliance, it was said. But ...

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