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    CVS to Stop Selling Tobacco Products
    atti_editor posted:
    As you've probably heard, national drug store chain CVS Caremark announced earlier this week that it will stop selling tobacco products at its stores across the U.S. by October of this year.

    Click here to read our expert Q&A with CDC Director Tom Frieden as he discusses his reaction to the news and what he thinks still needs to be done to reduce/prevent smoking.

    What do you think about CVS' decision to stop selling tobacco products? Do you think other stores will soon do the same?
    deana429 responded:
    As far as I am concerned, it's their loss. The way the economy is today businesses are struggling to keep afloat and for that reason I don't believe other stores will follow.

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