Younger Adults Bracing For Increasing Health Costs: 2010 Report Card on Healthcare in Canada

Annual Ipsos Reid/CMA Survey Reveals Canadians Perceive No Improvement in Healthcare System, with Younger Adults More Likely than Boomers to Anticipate Having to Go Into Debt, Dip into Savings and Alter Retirement Plans to Pay for Healthcare in the Future

Monday, August 23, 2010

Toronto, ON – While most boomers are closer to the point in their life when they will become more reliant on the healthcare system, the annual 2010 Report Card on Healthcare in Canada, conducted by Ipsos Reid on behalf of the Canadian Medical Association, finds that those under the age of 46 are more likely to be bracing for the...

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Younger Adults Bracing For Increasing Health Costs: 2010 Report Card on Healthcare in Canada

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