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Dr. Janice Pringle and Judy Rosser

NACDS Foundation Dinner raises nearly $1.9 million for health care initiatives

NACDS Foundation Dinner raises nearly $1.9 million for health care initiatives

NEW YORK – Supporters and attendees of the 21st National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) Foundation Annual Dinner raised nearly $1.9 million to advance the Foundation’s evidence-based research, educational programs and philanthropic initiatives. The event was held December 4 at the Sheraton New York Times Square hotel. As announced previously, the evening featured the

Project lifeline community partner, researcher to be honored at NACDS Foundation Dinner

Project lifeline community partner, researcher to be honored at NACDS Foundation Dinner

ARLINGTON,  Va. – Project Lifeline – a community partnership and research program initiated by the National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) Foundation to address substance use disorder (SUD) – will take center stage at the upcoming NACDS Foundation Dinner. Two individuals who have led to the program’s effectiveness in preventing and treating opioid abuse