Ontarians Fear Cancer (70%) the Most Ahead of Heart Disease (59%), Alzheimer’s (57%), Diabetes (41%), Multiple Sclerosis (34%), and HIV/AIDS (27%)

If Diagnosed with Cancer, More Ontarians Would Fear Feeling Sick and Being Unable to Do Everyday Things (82%) Than Dying (77%); Women Fear Potential Outcomes of Cancer More than Men

Monday, November 05, 2012

Toronto, ON – According to a new poll conducted by Ipsos Reid on behalf of the Canadian Cancer Society and the newly launched The Fearless Project, cancer (70%) tops the list as the most feared disease among Ontarians given a list that included heart disease (59%), Alzheimer’s (57%), Diabetes (41%), Multiple Sclerosis (34%) and...

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Ontarians Fear Cancer (70%) the Most Ahead of Heart Disease (59%), Alzheimer’s (57%), Diabetes (41%), Multiple Sclerosis (34%), and HIV/AIDS (27%)

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