Amazon Business freezes strategies to offer drugs to medical facilities


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Amazon may not be pursuing drug sales to medical facilities after all.

Ben Fox Rubin/ CNET.

Last fall, public records revealed that Amazon was authorized to disperse pharmaceuticals in 12 states In response, the stocks for numerous pharmaceutical circulation and healthcare business fell. But it appears that the e-commerce business may not be proceeding with drug sales afterall.

As reported by CNBC, Amazon Business– which offers large-quantity orders to services– has actually stopped strategies to offer drugs straight to medical facilities. The post recommends that the obstacles of entering the pharmaceutical area might have been the concern.

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It’s worth noting that Amazon Business currently offers health care products, including medical supplies — just not drugs.

An Amazon spokesperson said the company doesn’t comment on “rumors or speculation.”

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