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Articles from Chain Drug Review (November 24, 2008)

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'Pill Phone' tool rolled out by wireless carriers. Brief article 161
A development opportunity. Coopman, Robert 476
A new weapon in fight against AIDS. Brief article 137
As diabetes epidemic spreads, so does the cost of treatment. Brief article 231
Asians pack buying punch. Brief article 259
Automation seen as key cost cutter. 435
Campaign looks to instill peace of mind. 452
Cater to Hispanic shoppers--or lose out: retailers not marketing to Latinos may miss a lucrative business opportunity. 390
CDMA develops new ways to help members compete. 482
Chains help seniors sort out Part D. 532
Chains play key role in children's O-T-C relabeling: drug retailers are keeping their customers well informed of the new dosage guidelines. 757
Chains strive to empower patients. Brief article 120
CHPA kicks off plan to promote product efficacy, safety: program entails an in-depth review of children's O-T-C cough/cold remedies. 470
Community Rx aims for high-tech edge. 435
Community Rx eager to work with Obama. 443
Covidien recalls some syringes. Brief article 132
Crestor delivers in study. 548
CVS Caremark tabs chief medical officer. Brief article 174
Daschle, former senator, chosen to head HHS. Brief article 238
Disease state conference provides multiple perspectives. 514
Dollar General names Vasos chief merchant. Brief article 231
Dr. Fresh buys trio of brands. Brief article 167
Drug utilization program unveiled by Walgreens. Brief article 232
Drug-free alternatives can reassure concerned parents. 516
Drugstore.com forges alliance with Medco. Brief article 197
Drugstore.com's sales climb, but so do its costs. Financial report 687
Ethnic H&BA show lures execs. Brief article 207
European remedy makes U.S. debut. Brief article 312
Expenses impact Duane Reade. Financial report 873
Five drugs part of Ethex recall. Brief article 171
Focal point is finding ways to help patients. 342
GSK remains on course to become top Rx maker. Brief article 225
Hair care area earns increased attention. 697
Health care reform movement gains momentum. 443
Insulin suppliers continue to improve offerings. 313
Insurer throws weight behind E-prescribing. Brief article 171
L'Oreal support of women's causes says a lot. Pinto, David Editorial 636
Labor model can be made more efficient: a store suited to full automation can see as much as $2,200 a week in labor savings. O'Connor, Mike 459
Lansinoh connects on Web with new mothers. Brief article 195
Lornamead mulls health care space. Brief article 112
LoSeasonique receives O.K. from the FDA. Brief article 134
Luxury is at center of concept. Brief article 168
Management lowers guidance. Brief article 254
Medicare cut creates real problems. Brief article 293
Most Rx web sites eschew standards. Brief article 157
MTM confronts roadblocks. 446
NACDS ready to make impact in new era. Woldt, Jeffrey 812
NACDS, NCPA amend lawsuit. Brief article 271
New technology could alter paradigm. 387
One way to keep shoppers happy. Brief article 189
Online operator expects to finish in the black. Brief article 264
Panel eyes 'connected care'. 341
Patients in touch via IVR. Brief article 255
Pharmacists serve as the trusted advisers. 376
Pipeline remains productive. 433
PLMA: store brands must be strong to thrive. Report 446
Political climate favors generics. 558
Proper disposal of sharps becomes an issue. 367
R&D facilities in Fla. are opened by Actavis. Brief article 210
Retail pharmacy steps up. 555
Retailers adapt to sour economy. 517
Retailers hike spending on in-store systems. Brief article 253
Rite Aid expands discount generics program. Brief article 289
Saline sprays offer safe option. 450
SDM earnings jump by 14.7% in quarter. Financial report 1410
SDM's Murale lets women 'find their sense of beautiful'. 638
Security Wrap gets message across where it counts most. 563
Social networks emerge as health information outlets. Brief article 201
Solution cites children's needs. Brief article 212
Stay current or risk falling behind. 595
Stock plan at Rite Aid gets support. Brief article 204
Stores think multicultural: chain drug retailers are retooling stores to serve a growing base of ethnic customers. 596
Supplements can make difference. Brief article 200
Suppliers broaden product appeal. Brief article 164
Survey: consumers unsure of children's cold medicines. Survey 325
Tough times raise the stakes for category management. Discussion 4301
Wal-Mart tabs Duke next CEO. 392
Walgreens lights up New York. Monks, Richard 715
WellSpring names sales and marketing VP. Brief article 190
When it comes to colds, antibiotics are not the answer. Brief article 241
With Beauty 360, CVS fashions an aura of 'prestige'. 526

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