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Posts Tagged ‘cheap pharmac’

It’s Like Viagra for Pharma Ads: Pfizer’s $1.4 Billion Marketing Blitz – Bloomberg


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It's Like Viagra for Pharma Ads: Pfizer's $1.4 Billion Marketing Blitz
Bloomberg
Pfizer had seven of the top 10 most-advertised drug brands, according to data from Nielsen, with ads for erectile dysfunction drug Viagra, blood-thinner Eliquis and arthritis drug Xeljanz all in the top five. Those are among its biggest sellers, and

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Local Pharmacy Closes Its Doors – KRGV


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Local Pharmacy Closes Its Doors
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Pharmacy Owner Bruce Gangrich said, "It's just the lower reimbursements we are receiving from the insurance." Gangrich has over 30 stores in Texas. He said he is closing seven stores because of Managed Care. “That decrease in reimbursement has …

Burglars break into Risch Drug Store – Lancaster Eagle Gazette


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Burglars break into Risch Drug Store
Lancaster Eagle Gazette
LANCASTER – Lancaster police were called to Risch Drug Store on West Fair Avenue after a burglary alarm sounded at the store just after 3 a.m. Tuesday, causing the burglars to leave their crowbars just inside the door, according to police reports. The

‘Mom’ tips off police to pharmacy robbery suspect – KOCO Oklahoma City


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'Mom' tips off police to pharmacy robbery suspect
KOCO Oklahoma City
OKLAHOMA CITY —Police are looking for a man suspected of robbing a CVS Pharmacy last Tuesday. Police have issued an arrest warrant for Michael Burnette in the crime. According to court documents, Burnette walked into a CVS on Nov. 18 and handed …
Police Searching For Suspect Who Robbed NW OKC Pharmacynews9.com KWTV

Man escapes with narcotics in pharmacy robberyCTV News
Police searching for suspect after River Heights pharmacy robbedGlobalnews.ca
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A tale of two pharmacies: CVS versus Walgreens – Berkeley Beacon (subscription)

A tale of two pharmacies: CVS versus Walgreens
Berkeley Beacon (subscription)
This CVS provides students with a one-stop shop for a pharmacy, convenience store, beauty supply counter, and photo center. College student staples like Kraft Easy Mac cups (from $1.37 single, $4.29 four-pack), laundry detergent (from $2.99), and ice …

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North Dakota Defeats Walmart-Led Effort to Overturn Pharmacy Laws – Governing

North Dakota Defeats Walmart-Led Effort to Overturn Pharmacy Laws
Governing
North Dakota's Measure 7, backed with more than $2 million from companies like Walmart, was hardly the first challenge to the state's pharmacy law. The U.S. Supreme Court upheld it against a challenge from Snyder's Drug Stores (a pharmacy chain later …

Women are still waiting for their Viagra – Pittsburgh Post Gazette


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Women are still waiting for their Viagra
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Maybe the problem will sound more familiar if it's “mansplained” — Viagra. That pill was pushed through in a matter of months when it left a lab 16 years ago. And hallelujah, zillions of men could have sex again. Today, Viagra is a staple of health
Commentary: There's no such thing as female ViagraSanta Fe New Mexican.com


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Bionic arm restores sense of feeling

Advances in bionic hands have restored a sense of touch to two patients for more than a year, report US scientists.

Commentary: A Drugstore Quits Cigarettes – NWAOnline (subscription)

Commentary: A Drugstore Quits Cigarettes
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CVS Pharmacy, a national drugstore chain, stopped selling cigarettes last week. This was big news because it was so unusual. And if anyone is wondering why the United States is spending far too much money paying for health care that isn't making …

Keep ‘chemist shop’ owners out of primary care: AMA – Pharmacy News

Keep 'chemist shop' owners out of primary care: AMA
Pharmacy News
The Australian Medical Association (AMA) says Guild proposals to expand the role of pharmacy are proposing a “dangerous and irresponsible” model of primary care. AMA president Professor Brian Owler (pictured) said that the Pharmacy Guild of Australia …

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