This is pretty darn cute.
The pharmacy giant says it wants to help save lives.
Receiving radiation was a lonely experience, she says. "I was in this room, lying down. I was told not to breathe, not to move. They locked the doors behind me. Great big metal doors. I thought, 'I'm alone.' It was the most alone I felt during my whole ordeal with cancer."
In any case, CVS may make up the lost revenue in other ways. It hopes to translate the positive publicity into valuable new
The health and retail giant settled allegations by four California counties and the state's Department of Agriculture that
"We are committed to assuring that our customers receive the pharmacy benefits that are available to them and apologize for
CVS's decision, which will take effect nationwide in October, is an admirable one, precipitated by the changing role of drugstores: from convenience stores to health care providers that increasingly offer flu shots and treat minor health care needs in walk-in clinics.