Does your pharmacist play doctor? (Or priest?)

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i usually go to CVS

I always thought CVS was a chain out of Atlanta. Am I wrong about that? Who would have thought a southern chain is pro-reproductive rights?

I do play the game of transferring my scrips around town. Ive been taking advantage of all these coupons that the pharms put out giving me 20 dollars off, a free script, a 25 dollar gift card on transferred prescriptions. I have some I have to do the three month mail order thing on, but there are some I get i have filled locally. I am on a serious amount of drugs (not as bad as mom though!)

I don't do walmart, In texas its too damn depressing (just imagine) in spite of their anti-american business agenda, but I have to admit I've done quite a bit of business with Walgreens and Rite-Aid.

I won't be doing that in the future though. and hey, I should look on the bright side too, i can still transfer all my scrips from there to a CVS and still milk the coupon thing for some 20s!

bayprairie's picture
Posted by bayprairie on 22 October 2005 - 9:47pm
Buy pink

Pharmacists have no business playing doctor, in my book.

media girl's picture
Posted by media girl on 22 October 2005 - 10:10pm
mail-order and local

I mail-order the long-term prescriptions and sidestep the pharm altogether. For kids' antibiotics and such I had been going to Target but I'm switching to a local, family-owned pharmacy near our neighborhood.

kcb's picture
Posted by kcb (not verified) on 23 October 2005 - 8:49am