Walgreens Specialty Pharmacy launches new HIV/AIDS Web site
Walgreens announced that Walgreens Specialty Pharmacy has launched a new HIV-focused Web site, to expand the availability of HIV/AIDS information to patients and caregivers. The new site, HIV.Walgreens.com, complements Walgreens Specialty Pharmacy's current HIV/AIDS patient support services. It gives patients the opportunity to get expert advice from an HIV-trained pharmacist in the comfort and privacy of their homes and provides information about HIV/AIDS, including signs, symptoms, treatment, and medication management. Patients and caregivers can also access a list of HIV-focused Walgreens pharmacy locations across the country on the site.
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