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Globe Editorial

Easy stop for healthcare

January 19, 2008

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THE MINUTECLINICS that CVS wants to locate in some of its drugstores aren't going to revolutionize healthcare in Massachusetts, but they will be a convenient option for people who need treatment for minor ailments. The state Public Health Council was right to approve them, and the Menino administration should not try to block them from opening in Boston. (Full article: 433 words)

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