Retail health care is in the midst of a major growth spurt. In just two weeks, these small, nurse-staffed clinics have drawn big retailers, big investors and big criticism. Once run by entrepreneurial firms and marketed on a shoestring, the in-store clinic business now appears poised for a big expansion. For example, in a move that might signal trends to come, CVS Corp., Woonsocket, R.I., this month entered into a definitive agreement to acquire retail-based health care clinic provider ...

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