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Walgreens to Participate in U.S. Precision Medicine Initiative Cohort Program through The Scripps Research Institute

DEERFIELD, Ill., July 07, 2016 - Walgreens will participate in the U.S. Precision Medicine Initiative (PMI) Cohort Program through an initial $20 million grant awarded to The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The company will help support patient enrollment and participation in the program through its daily interactions with more than 8 million customers in stores, online and through its mobile app. The award will total almost $120 million over five years and is part of President Obama’s Precision Medicine Initiative, one of the most ambitious medical research programs in the history of American medicine aimed at revolutionizing how researchers, providers and research participants work together to develop individualized care.
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Walgreens Launches Next Evolution in Paperless Coupons, Enabling Seamless Redemption and Clipping on Digital Channels

Walgreens customers now have the ability to redeem paperless coupons from Walgreens and manufacturers for online purchases, as well as in-store purchases. Additionally, offers can now be “clipped” on product detail pages and in search results on, and through the Walgreens mobile app.
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Walgreens Leads Fight Against Prescription Drug Abuse in Oklahoma with New Programs to Help Curb Misuse of Medications and the Rise in Overdose Deaths

Walgreens today announced that it has implemented two programs in Oklahoma to combat drug abuse, part of a comprehensive national plan to address key contributors to the crisis.
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18 February 2016

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