NEW YORK -- The National Association of Chain Drug Stores and its member chains are about to mount an aggressive effort to take back control of pharmacy from "third-party market brokers," said Ronald Ziegler, president and chief executive officer, at a press conference here. Ziegler described 1994 as "the pivotal year for community pharmacy." The major change, he said, is that "the customer will be different." He explained that while the patient will continue to be "of professional ...

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