Wal-Mart's Dr. John Agwunobi (left) said in a statement that the company won't be "building a national, integrated, low-cost primary care health care platform." Even so, the leaves plenty of room for the retailer to pursue an expansion of health care services at its stores. Cliff Owen/AP hide caption

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Wal-Mart Plans Ambitious Expansion Into Medical Care

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Rising Health Costs Lead Companies To Drop Part-Time Benefits

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