June 30, 2008 / 5:01 PM / 12 years ago

Kmart expands generic drug program

A Kmart store in Round Lake Beach, Illinois, is seen in this November 17, 2004 file photo. REUTERS/John Gress

ATLANTA (Reuters) - Retailer Kmart said on Monday it has cut prices and expanded its generic prescription drug program to include more than 500 common medications as of June 22.

Kmart, a unit of Sears Holdings Corp, said it 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.

Reporting by Karen Jacobs; editing by Jeffrey Benkoe

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