Three Quarters of Canadians (75%) Most at Risk for Hepatitis C Have Not Been Tested or Don’t Know If They Have Been Tested

Only Three in Ten (29%) Believe Their Own Age Group has the Most People Living with Hepatitis C

Monday, November 17, 2014

Toronto, ON – A new survey conducted by Ipsos Reid on behalf of the Canadian Liver Foundation found that among Canadians born between 1945 and 1975, only one quarter (25%) say they have been tested for hepatitis C, while three quarters (53% say no, 22% say don’t know) have not been tested or don’t know if they have been tested.

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Three Quarters of Canadians (75%) Most at Risk for Hepatitis C Have Not Been Tested or Don’t Know If They Have Been Tested

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Ipsos Public Affairs
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