This is interesting: I just learned that a new campaign was launched today called "Cure CVS" — critiquing the nation’s largest retail pharmacy chain for these offenses:
"CVS has repeatedly kept expired drugs on its shelves, failed to protect sensitive patient data, overcharged customers in a number of cities, and stands by corporate policy that puts patient health at risk is simply unacceptable. Numerous racial and income-based issues are also part of our critique of the retailer."
The group also notes that "CVS is a huge player in the retail pharmacy industry. With more than 6,800 stores nationwide, and managing a billion prescriptions a year, what CVS does has a deep impact on the industry and consumers across the country."
See their website: http://curecvsnow.org/
Wow! I don't personally use CVS, so I can't really weigh in, but I'm wondering what you all think?
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