Unprecedented Survey Reveals People Living With Genital Herpes More Troubled With Risk Of Transmission Than Their Own Outbreaks

Eight In Ten (83%) Say They Can Handle Outbreaks, But Risk Of Transmission Troublesome

Monday, February 18, 2008

Toronto, ON – An Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of GlaxoSmithKline – the largest survey of its kind – reveals that Canadians living with genital herpes (GH) appear to be more troubled by the chance of transmitting herpes to their partners than they are by managing their own outbreaks. In fact, more than eight in ten (83%) GH...

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Unprecedented Survey Reveals People Living With Genital Herpes More Troubled With Risk Of Transmission Than Their Own Outbreaks

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Ipsos Public Affairs
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