Six in Ten (63%) Canadians Say They Don’t Know ‘Exactly What to Do’ If They Encountered Someone Experiencing a Severe Allergic Reaction

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Monday, May 04, 2015

Toronto, ON – In the event that they encountered someone experiencing a severe allergic reaction and they needed help, most (63%) wouldn’t know exactly what to do to help, while just four in ten (37%) Canadians say that they ‘would know exactly what to do’ to help, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of...

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Six in Ten (63%) Canadians Say They Don’t Know ‘Exactly What to Do’ If They Encountered Someone Experiencing a 
Severe Allergic Reaction

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