A major drug store chain is banning the sale of tobacco products at its stores.

FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso has details from Chicago:

The sign on the door at one CVS store here in Chicago reads 'Let's Quit Together'. CVS will stop selling tobacco products in all of its almost 8,000 stores nationwide saying the drugstore's $2 billion in tobacco sales annually conflicts with its healthcare mission. But reaction among customers is mixed.

(Customers) "Seems to be the way things are going - things change.//I think that everyone else is doing it, there's no reason why they shouldn't. I just wish they'd still sell cigarettes because they're the cheapest place to buy cigarettes in the city."

CVS is also launching a program to help customers quit tobacco.

In Chicago, Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.