CVS/pharmacy

A cold February evening in Clarendon, Arlington, VA

 

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Blogged by The Consumerist ("CVS To Pay $36.7 Million For Improperly Switching Medications") at consumerist.com/369369/cvs-to-pay-367-million-for-imprope...

 

Blogged by Covering Health: blog of Association of Health Care Journalists ("TV report leads to $2.25 million HIPAA settlement" - February 20, 2009) at www.healthjournalism.org/blog/2009/02/tv-report-leads-to-...

 

Blogged by Mrs. Nespy's Frugal World ("8 Things I Know About CVS" by Kaye - November 2, 2009) at mrsnespysworld.blogspot.com/2009/11/8-things-i-know-about...

 

Blogged by The Consumerist ("CVS Hands Kids Breast Cancer Drugs Instead Of Fluoride Pills" by Mary Beth Quirk - March 5, 2012) at consumerist.com/2012/03/cvs-hands-kids-breast-cancer-drug...

 

Blogged by The Consumerist ("Armed Robbery Suspect: I Was Mad At Mean Things CVS Worker Said About Another Thief" by Mary Beth Quirk - October 19, 2012) at consumerist.com/2012/10/19/armed-robbery-suspect-i-was-ma...

 

Blogged by Consumerist ("CVS To Stop Selling Cigarettes In All Of Its Stores By October 1" by Kate Cox - February 5, 2014) at consumerist.com/2014/02/05/cvs-to-stop-selling-cigarettes...

 

Blogged by KQED: The California Report: State of Health ("DEA Investigating CVS Over 37,000 Missing Pain Pills" by April Dembosky - March 12, 2014) at blogs.kqed.org/stateofhealth/2014/03/12/dea-investigating...

 

Blogged by Consumerist ("CVS Yanks Tobacco Products From Its Shelves A Month Earlier Than Planned" by Mary Beth Quirk - September 3, 2014) at consumerist.com/2014/09/03/cvs-yanks-tobacco-products-fro...

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Taken on February 20, 2008
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