It's hard to believe that a full year has already passed since the huge outrage created in the pharmacy community over the comments made by the CEO of Medco (now assimilated into Express Scripts) that many pharmacists took as an insult to the profession. Whatever came of that?
If I remember correctly, it seemed to me that most of the action from the profession as a whole was to rant about it though the various forms of media, and oh yeah, perhaps circulate a petition in order to show him who was boss, or to threaten a hunger strike to affect some serious change on his part.
It doesn't seem that any pharmacists' efforts were very successful. If only pharmacists realized that their powers originate from their feet (en masse), not from their mouths or their fingertips.
But, there were also some younger superhero pharmacists calling for even more action against the evil and greedy corporate forces interfering with our profession. How did they do?
Here's video of a few of them confronting that CEO, trying to get him to change his ways, and finally coming to realization that the mandate of corporate CEOs seems to be that all superheroes must die.