PLEASANTON, Calif. -- Forty retailers, including Safeway here, have embarked on a program of diabetes clinical assessment tests as part of a diabetes educational program targeted toward women. Pharmacists will conduct finger-stick tests and check blood-glucose levels, said Murhl Flowers, director of pharmacy operations, Safeway Eastern Division, Lanham, Md. "Diabetes is one of the major diseases we confront in pharmacy with our patients," Flowers said. "It's an important, integral part of ...

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