GARDEN CITY, N.Y. -- The practice of pharmaceutical manufacturers offering different prices to customers based on class of trade must end if community pharmacy hopes to survive.
he 36th Annual Pharmacy Congress sponsored by St. John's University College of Pharmacy, Jamaica, N.Y.
"The elimination of discriminatory pricing is absolutely fundamental to the continued existence of community pharmacy," said Waspe. "Make no mistake about it. Discriminatory pricing practices will go