BENTONVILLE, Ark. - Wal-Mart Stores launched its $4 generic prescription program in the 11 final states needed to make it available in all of the retailer‘s U.S. pharmacies yesterday. Now in the store‘s 3,810 pharmacies, the program was initially scheduled to go nationwide by January but was accelerated due to customer demand, the company said. With this launch, Wal-Mart has expanded the list of generic prescriptions available for up to a 30-day supply at $4 from 314 medications to 331. Last ...

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