CVS – AHF: “Providence Magazine” refuses to cross-talk CVS’s PBM abuse
The AIDS organization’s “Vampire Enterprise” advertising has been broadcast in nearly six print and online new media across the country, but it was rejected by CVS’s hometown newspaper, “Providence Magazine” last week.
AHF advertising targets the anti-competitive behavior of CVS, the sixth largest company in the world, especially purchasing health plans such as Aetna, and then forcing patients (including HIV patients who often rely on the professional services of pharmacists) to obtain their life-saving drugs through mail order or direct delivery
AIDS Healthcare Foundation (high frequency) Launched a new national promotion and advertising campaign to counter the health and pharmaceutical giants CVS Regarding its anti-competitive business model and practices, it learned late last week that “Providence Magazine”-CVS’s local daily newspaper-rejected the AHF advertisement. CVS is the sixth largest company in the world and is headquartered in Woonsocket near Rhode Island. A version of the ad was published on page A3 of today’s Boston Sunday Globe.
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