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A cookie is a unique identifier that allows us to customize the information that we present to you. For example, if you are a member in Northern California, we can present you with a list of pharmacy locations just in Northern California.
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For more information on our policy regarding Internet cookies, please see our Privacy Statement.
Using a shared computer
If you are using a computer that is shared by others, then you may need to delete your browser's cookies or clear your browser's cache (which is sometimes called "temporary internet files") before using the computer. This will remove any stored information, such as other people's member IDs or passwords, which could prevent you from logging on to our website successfully.
Deleting cookies and clearing the cache is also a good way to prevent your personal information from being viewed by others. If you're using a shared computer, you may wish to delete cookies and clear the cache again after you've signed off our website.
Deleting cookies and clearing the cache is safe for your computer and should not remove any important data.
For instructions on how to delete cookies and clear the cache, please refer to your browser's help section.