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Beth Stuckmeyer, a pharmacy technician at the Dierbergs pharmacy on Lemay Plaza in south St. Louis County, checks out customers Wednesday Dec. 14, 2011. Express Scripts, one of leaders in pharmacological management industry, announced that Walgreens drug store will no longer be a participating provider in their network effective next month. Dierbergs stands to gain more customers from the fallout. "We went from filling about 100 prescriptions a day to I can't tell you how many Walgreens transfers we do every day now," said pharmacy technician Sarah Rutherford, not pictured.
Photo by Christian Gooden, cgooden@post-dispatch.com
Caption: Beth Stuckmeyer, a pharmacy technician at the Dierbergs pharmacy on Lemay Plaza in south St. Louis County, checks out customers Wednesday Dec. 14, 2011. Express Scripts, one of leaders in pharmacological management industry, announced that Walgreens drug store will no longer be a participating provider in their network effective next month. Dierbergs stands to gain more customers from the fallout. "We went from filling about 100 prescriptions a day to I can't tell you how many Walgreens transfers we do every day now," said pharmacy technician Sarah Rutherford, not pictured. Photo by Christian Gooden, cgooden@post-dispatch.com Album ID: 1379932 Photo ID: 39334776
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