CVS OPENING DRUG DISPOSAL UNITS IN 40 LOCATIONS
Forty-two new disposal units are planned at CVS pharmacies in Massachusetts to make it easier for people to safely get rid of unwanted, unused or expired medications, a development that state officials say will help address opioid abuse.
"Addiction can often start at home in our own medication cabinets, and today we are pleased to partner with CVS Health and build on efforts to address this public health crisis across the Commonwealth," Gov. Charlie Baker, who visited a CVS pharmacy in Medford on Friday, said in a statement.
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