The Recession Is Causing More People To Abandon Prescriptions
In Detroit, where automakers have been struggling to sell cars, more people are failing to pick up prescriptions at their pharmacies. The same is true in Florida, where home foreclosures outpaced most other states, and in North Carolina, which is suffering an 11.8 percent unemployment rate that remains higher than the national average
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