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CVS for switching music after Massachusetts doctor speaks to the company to change it

CVS will change their music on the left side after a Massachusetts doctor asked for the company to change it.(iStock) A Massachusetts doctor desires after requesting CVS to change his jingle after he couldn't hear the music anymore. Dr. Steven Schlozman, a child psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital, wrote a letter to WBUR-FM in October to explain what he had for the jingle. "Dear CVS, please change your music," he wrote. "Please. Do the right thing." Schlozman repeated that he understood why he needed to be in wait but that the jingle haunted him "day and night". "I hear it in sleep. I hear it when I go. Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night and lobster that melody. It chases me, day and night. It's not healthy. I know. I'm a doctor," he wrote. CVS CUSTOMER USES LENGTHY STORE RECEIPT AS WINDOW-BLIND SLAT, HOW TO VIRAL PHOTO The doctor completed his letter and urged the company to change its music. The letter gave a nationwide debate with some people who praised the music and others shared Schlozman's feelings. The Wall Street Journal called the tune "one of the most polarizing pieces of music in America." Well, Schlozman can now celebrate after a CVS spokesman told the Boston Globe on Friday that the pharmacy chain is updating its voice-response telephone system, including music being held. "We expect this work to be completed later in 201 9," she said. "Plans had already been going on to improve the…

A Massachusetts doctor desires after requesting CVS to change his jingle after he couldn’t hear the music anymore.

Dr. Steven Schlozman, a child psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital, wrote a letter to WBUR-FM in October to explain what he had for the jingle.

“Dear CVS, please change your music,” he wrote. “Please. Do the right thing.”

Schlozman repeated that he understood why he needed to be in wait but that the jingle haunted him “day and night”.

“I hear it in sleep. I hear it when I go. Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night and lobster that melody. It chases me, day and night. It’s not healthy. I know. I’m a doctor,” he wrote.

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The doctor completed his letter and urged the company to change its music.

The letter gave a nationwide debate with some people who praised the music and others shared Schlozman’s feelings. The Wall Street Journal called the tune “one of the most polarizing pieces of music in America.”

Well, Schlozman can now celebrate after a CVS spokesman told the Boston Globe on Friday that the pharmacy chain is updating its voice-response telephone system, including music being held.

“We expect this work to be completed later in 201

9,” she said. “Plans had already been going on to improve the phone system, and the music is just one element in it.”

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It was not immediately clear whether the company replaces the melody or improves the sound quality.

As for Schlozman, he said that it is good that CVS does the change.

“CVS says it wasn’t related to the letter I wrote, so I can’t take credit with good conscience,” Schlozman told the Boston Globe. “But I’m fine. It’s great. I was tired of that music, because I’m sure many others were.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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