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Amazon Pharmacy is going to be Prime’s first real test of public trust – Business Insider – Business Insider

Amazon Pharmacy is the first time its Prime service has broken into a market where consumers might stop and worry about their data.

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Amazon launched its new service Amazon Pharmacy on Tuesday, which means the company will be selling both prescription and generic medication to its US customers via its website.
The move was not unexpected; industry watchers have been expecting Amazon to move into delivering medications since 2018, when it acquired drug-delivery startup PillPack. The company has also been pushing into healthcare more generally since then.
Amazon Pharmacy is the first big splash that consumers are likely to really…

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