Drug prices: On the March 12 Monday Business page, an article about what Cigna's merger with Express Scripts means to consumers said pharmacy benefit managers do not disclose to anyone, including their own clients, how much they're getting from rebates. Express Scripts said it does disclose those amounts to its clients.
Poison attack: In the March 10 Section A, the subheadline with an article about the poisoning of a former Russian spy in England incorrectly stated that he had died. As the article reported, he was in critical condition in a hospital.
Ismael Chamu: In the March 11 Section A, an article about UC Berkeley student Ismael Chamu, who along with three siblings lives in a trailer with no heat and is facing eviction, inadvertently omitted that he was arrested last year and charged with felony vandalism and possession of tools to commit vandalism or graffiti. The incident involved the spray-painting of several cars, fences and buildings in Berkeley. Chamu denies involvement and has pleaded not guilty. A court date is set for next month.
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