ALEXANDRIA, Va. — In a press statement, the National Association of Chain Drug Stores rebuked an op-ed column published in Thursday’s New York Times that suggested the best way to protect public safety against stolen drugs is for the U.S. Food and Federal Drug Administration to mandate the industry implement track-and-trace technology. “Katherine Eban and J. Aaron Graham’s call for mandatory use of track-and-trace technology for prescription drugs (“Are You Buying Illegal Drugs?” Op-Ed, ...

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