A new study in Health Affairs says there is a role for the 340B program for eliminating “pharmacy deserts” in Black and Hispanic/Latino urban neighborhoods. | Shutterstock

Study: Better Use of 340B Can Help Shrink Urban “Pharmacy Deserts”

Policymakers should make better use of the 340B program to help eliminate “pharmacy deserts” in Black and Hispanic/Latino urban neighborhoods, new research published in Health Affairs recommends.

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