Small-town pharmacists a dying breed

07/16/2004 | Duluth News Tribune (Minn.)

A Minnesota study found the number of independent rural pharmacies in the state dropped 15% in 2002, and that such pharmacies need to serve a population of 4,500 in order to survive. One small-town pharmacist says he can't find a buyer for his business because he is unable to compete with the high salaries chains pay new pharmacists.

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