What about the children?


Keara sees a specialist at All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, who gave her the prescription. It’s a drive Townsend now takes often because her local pharmacies, which had filled the Focalin for more than a decade, suddenly refused.  “CVS pushes it back to me and tells me flat out, ‘I will not fill this,’” Townsend said. “They have no response other than, ‘I’m sorry. You have to take it somewhere else.’”  The someplace else is the pharmacy at Children’s Hospital, which is a 230-mile, four-hour round-trip from their home in Ocala…

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