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50 pharmacists, 10 familiesThe list of pharmacist families continues to grow by leaps and bounds.
Independent pharmacies sue PBM Catamaran, alleging illegal conductA group of 55 pharmacies located mainly in Pennsylvania has turned to the courts to resolve reimbursement differences with Catamaran.
PBMs, insurers strike deals for Hep C drugsDiscounts and rebates negotiated by some third-party payers are ensuring the place of hepatitis C drugs in their formularies.

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Target to shut 133 stores, open 15 in U.S.The pharmacist-owners of the Canadian franchises will not receive any compensation from Target, which wants them out by the end of the month.
Pharmacy education shifts the paradigm
Pharmacy education shifts the paradigmA pharmacy student shares his first semester.
Drug Topics Voices 02-10-2015Letters, e-mails, posts, and comments from Drug Topics readers.

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Is the ACA treating America without informed consent?If the draft of the legislation was aimed at misleading the voters, as one of the drafters appears to have admitted, such conduct could constitute gross negligence.
The future of community pharmacyYes, it has one. Here's how to make it real.
And the reality vote goes to ... independent pharmacyThere's something consumers can't get enough of. Some outfits offer it. Community pharmacy delivers.
New York moves to e-prescribing for all RxsPaper is about to become history in one of the largest prescription drug markets in the country.

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