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Why CVS decided to pull cigarettes, other tobacco products from its shelves (+video)

One major pharmacy is kicking the habit of leaning on tobacco sales profits at the expense of its increasingly health-focused mission.

CVS Caremark announced on Wednesday that it plans to stop selling cigarettes and other tobacco products at its stores by Oct. 1. That would make CVS, the second-largest drugstore chain in the United States, the first national pharmacy to pull tobacco products from its sales roster.

CVS’s announcement follows years of branding initiatives to retool the mega-retailer not just as a

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