Massachusetts, where this Walgreens outlet is located, is one of the three states where the chain is most concentrated. Regulators could force the company to divest itself of some stores, if its merger with Rite Aid wins approval. Steven Senne/AP hide caption

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Is A Walgreens-Rite Aid Merger Good Medicine For Consumers?

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Last month, demonstrators protested the possibility of Walgreens moving its corporate headquarters overseas at a Chicago location of the pharmacy. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Walgreens is one of several pharmacies that have partnered with hospitals to help manage patients after they've returned home. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Why The Hospital Wants The Pharmacist To Be Your Coach

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A customer walks out of a Walgreens store in New York City. Adam Rountree/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Why Millions Of Prescriptions Will No Longer Be Filled At Walgreens

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