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Who Founded Cvs Pharmacy?

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The origin of CVS pharmacy goes back to the Melville Corporation. This was a retail holding company. They changed the name to CVS in 1996. The very first CVS store was in Lowell, MA by Stanley and Sidney Goldstein and Ralph Hoagland, in 1963.
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