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“The days of that being a profitable, desirable business? It’s a lot tougher than it was a decade or two ago,” said Gina Moore, an associate dean at the University of Colorado’s School of Pharmacy. “You come out of eight years of college – four years of undergraduate and four years of pharmacy school –with pretty significant student loan debt. It’s very hard to go to a rural community where you don’t make any money.”