CVS drug disposal program collects 350K pounds of unwanted medication

CVS HEALTH has committed to installing 900 drug disposal kiosks in its stores throughout the United States. There are 500 installed so far. / COURTESY CVS HEALTH
CVS HEALTH has committed to installing 900 drug disposal kiosks in its stores throughout the United States. There are 500 installed so far. / COURTESY CVS HEALTH
WOONSOCKET – CVS Health announced its drug disposal program had collected 350,000 pounds of unwanted medicine on April 26, two days before National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. During the Drug Enforcement Administration’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, more than 100 CVS Pharmacy locations joined other community sites around the country to host law enforcement…

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