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Financially troubled and sales-challenged Kmart, a unit of Sears Holding, said yesterday that “it has cut prices and expanded its generic prescription drug program to include more than 500 common medications as of June 22,” according to a story in Crain’s Chicago Business.

Kmart reportedly “is offering more than 100 generic treatments for $5 a prescription and lowered the cost of a three-month supply of common drugs to $10 at its pharmacies.”

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