Canadians Trust their Doctors to Make the Right Choice, But Patients and Doctors Believe Strongly that Cost Should Come Second to Good Health

Vision Loss a Source of Concern for Majority

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Toronto, ON – Three in four Canadian doctors (75%) have witnessed a patient’s health suffer at some point in the past year because they were unable to afford better medications, according to an Ipsos poll conducted on behalf of the International Federation on Ageing. The survey looked at perceptions of healthcare and...

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Canadians Trust their Doctors to Make the Right Choice, But Patients and Doctors Believe Strongly that Cost Should Come Second to Good Health

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Sean Simpson
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Ipsos Public Affairs
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