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News and information on retail pharmacy, including generic drugs, branded drugs, specialty pharmacy medications, pharmacy technology and legislative updates.

Kroger pharmacies offering strep, flu testing in 2 states

Kroger Health pharmacies in Idaho and Michigan are providing rapid strep throat and flu tests carried out by pharmacists on a walk-in basis. 

Micro Labs, Saptalis ink generics deal, launch first product

Micro Labs USA and Saptalis Pharmaceuticals have formed a strategic collaboration to launch single-source and multisource generics in the United States.

Nine HealthHub locations in Tampa, Fla., will offer chronic disease management and overall health-and-wellness products and services.

The National Community Pharmacists Association is urging CMS to allow pharmacists to practice at the top of their licenses.

A female pharmacist with medications.

NACDS’  comments to CMS demonstrate that success of healthcare transformation relies on removing barriers to pharmacy care.

A pharmacy stock room.

Pfizer is the first company to launch three oncology monoclonal antibody (mAb) biosimilar treatments.

A man holding an FDA approved sign.

Tazverik offers the first treatment option for patients with a rare soft tissue cancer.

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Merck has received the FDA's blessing for a pediatric indication for Dificid, as well as an oral suspension formulation.

A pharmacy stock room.

The earliest licensed entry of any generic linaclotide 145 mcg or 290 mcg Linzess is March 2029.

Sixteen HealthHub locations in Atlanta will offer chronic disease management and other health-and-wellness services.

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Merck’s acquisition of ArQule diversifies its oncology pipeline.

Jon Roberts, CVS Health COO, will lead CVS Pharmacy in an interim capacity, while the company conducts a search for Kevin Hourican's successor.

Gayle A. Brazeau discusses how pharmacy education is shaping the next generation of pharmacists who will provide outstanding patient care in community-based pharmacies and clinical healthcare teams. 

Supreme Court.

The United States Supreme Court this spring will review a case with big implications for the pharmacy world. The court has agreed to hear oral arguments in Rutledge v.

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