WV Pharmacy Fights Meth
A pharmacy is doing what it can to fight meth problems in West Virginia. All Fruth pharmacies will no longer carry medications containing pseudoephedrine, since it's used in the manufacturing of meth. At a news conference Tuesday, Lynne Fruth, President and Chairman of Fruth Pharmacy said medication like Sudafed will be replaced with a new meth-resistant product called Nexafed. Fruth Pharmacy operates 25 stores in West Virginia and Ohio.