Walgreens has called it quits on Theranos, the maker of blood-testing devices which has come under fire

"In light of the voiding of a number of test results, and as the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has rejected Theranos's plan of correction and considers sanctions, we have carefully considered our relationship with Theranos and believe it is in our customers' best interests to terminate our partnership," says Brad Fluegel, a Walgreens senior vice president, in a statement.

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