Do drug stores have an ethical obligation to stop selling tobacco products?

CVS announced that it would no longer sell cigarettes or other tobacco products at its stores.
CVS announced that it would no longer sell cigarettes or other tobacco products at its stores.

The CVS pharmacy chain recently announced that it has changed its corporate name to CVS Health and that it would no longer sell cigarettes or other tobacco products at its stores.

“By eliminating the sale of cigarettes and tobacco products in our stores, we can make a difference in the health of all Americans,” the company said on its website. 

Additionally, the company has launched “a comprehensive and uniquely personalized smoking cessation program to help millions of Americans quit smoking.”

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