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NEW YORK -- Pfizer yesterday unveiled a new drug benefit card program, the Pfizer Share Card, which enables low-income Medicare recipients with no other form of prescription drug coverage to buy 30-day supplies of any Pfizer prescription for $15.
CVS and Wal-Mart stores will accept the card, which rolls out March 1.
"Low-income seniors all too often suffer from a lack of access to medications," said CVS chairman, president and chief executive officer Tom Ryan, who added that he expects other pharmacy chains to participate in the program for two reasons. "One, community pharmacy is looking for a true prescription drug benefit for seniors--not just discount …