QUINCY, Mass. -- Citing danger to its customers and employees, the Stop & Shop Supermarket Co. here pulled the controversial painkiller OxyContin from all 226 of its pharmacies, said John Fegan, vice president, pharmacy. A string of supermarket and drug store robberies throughout the country in the last several months prompted the action. "There's too much of a chance for potential harm to shoppers and our pharmacy teams," said Fegan. Stop & Shop recently notified customers who ...

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